University of Richmond Law Review, the Sequel

By: Andrew McRoberts, Editor. This was posted Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

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Some twenty-one years after leaving the University of Richmond with my juris doctor, I will return to campus (in a way) and return, indeed, to my old stomping grounds, the University of Richmond Law Review.

I have agreed to author the 2011 update on Virginia Local Government Law for the University of Richmond Law Review’s popular Annual Survey issue, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.  I anticipate covering many of the important cases and statutory amendments I have mentioned on this blog over the past year.  It should be fun, as well as informative to the readership of a fine publication.

The prospect of writing for the University of Richmond Law Review makes me a bit nostalgic, since I served on the Law Review staff, 1988-1990, including as one of the Notes and Comments Editors during my third year in law school.  What I remember most about my time with the Law Review are the wonderful colleagues I had on staff, and the many student notes and comments I reviewed and graded during my time on staff.  Oh, the red ink!

And so, I return to the University of Richmond Law Review.  Stay tuned for the sequel.  It may be better than the original.

A question for you:  What do you think are the most important developments in Virginia Local Government Law during the 2010-2011 year?  I promise not to review and grade your comment.

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