Monday, May 21, 2012

Welcome Stephen R. Miller!

Stephen-Miller-196x209.ashxWe are excited to announce that Stephen R. Miller (Idaho--Boise) has agreed to join the Land Use Prof Blog on a permanent basis.  He did a great job guest-blogging earlier this year, and he'll be a terrific addition to the team.  His faculty bio:

Stephen R. Miller joined the faculty of the University of Idaho College of Law in 2011. Miller received his undergraduate degree from Brown University, and a master’s degree in city and regional planning from the University of California, Berkeley. In 2006, he graduated from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, where he was senior articles editor of the Constitutional Law Quarterly, and was a research assistant to Professor Joel Paul. Miller also worked for a land use and environmental law firm in San Francisco, California prior to joining the faculty. His research interests include economic development, sustainable development, land use, environmental law, and local government law.

His most recent article is a really terrific piece called Building Legal Neighborhoods, forthcoming in the Harvard Environmental Law Review.  Here is his SSRN page.

Coming on the heels of the Owley Land Use Coup, this is an exciting time for us at the Blog.  We will get Jessie's and Stephen's contact info up on the masthead soon, but in the meantime if you google him, note that he is Stephen *R* Miller-- just so you don't mistake him for a picker, a grinner, a lover, or a sinner, or any other sort of Miller.  He is Stephen Miller the land use prof!  And we're very glad to have him on board.

Matt Festa

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