Thoughts on construction law from Christopher G. Hill, Virginia construction lawyer, LEED AP, mediator, and member of the Virginia Legal Elite in Construction Law

Check out the Virginia Lawyers Weekly Green Issue

Construction Law Musings at Virginia Lawyers WeeklyIn it’s May 31, 2010 issue, Virginia Lawyers Weekly dedicates itself to “going green.” I was privileged to be a part of that issue with an article relating to Legal Issues with Green Building. I have discussed these issues on numerous occasions here at Musings and hope that this issue of the VALW (worth a follow @valw) will provide some further discussion as I firmly believe that these issues will need to be addressed.

Aside from my piece in the issue, fellow attorney and friend Tim Hughes (@vaconstruction and principal author of the well read Virginia Real Estate, Land Use & Construction Law blog) co-authors a piece on Practice as a LEED Accredited Professional. Please read this piece, it’s a good one.

Again, I recommend this issue to lawyers, both in and out of Virginia, and hope that you will give it a read.

UPDATE: How could I forget the good stuff from Chris Cheatham? (@chrischeatham)

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Check out the Virginia Lawyers Weekly Green Issue
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