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

Four Years of Musings! How Time Flies!

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Jefferson Davis monument on Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

My how time flies when you’re having fun.

Today marks the four year anniversary of my very first (and shortest) post here at Construction Law Musings. This post was on the Blogger platform and I truly had no idea what I was doing or where it would go. I was sitting at my desk and thought it seemed a good idea at the time. Now four years almost 500 posts later, this blog is stronger than ever because of the readers, comments made and guest post submissions that keep blogging enjoyable. Without all of you that read this little construction law corner of the blogosphere, I am sure I would have petered out and stopped my (almost) weekly postings long ago.

Since the start of Musings, I’ve moved from a medium sized firm here in Richmond to a solo construction practice. I’ve been named to the Virginia Business Legal Elite in Construction Law (for the 6th year running in 2012) and to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars for a second year. I have also become a Virginia Supreme Court certified general district court mediator and joined the Executive Committee of the Richmond District of the AGC of Virginia. In short, things are going well.

So, without further ado, thank you to all of you who read Construction Law Musings. Thank you to all of my friends and colleagues who support this construction law blog and my construction law practice (you know who you are and it would take weeks to list you all). And, saving the best for last, thank you to my great family for all that you do to support me in my solo career and my life in general. You all have made the last four years of Construction Law Musings a fun and rewarding ride.

Here’s to the next four years!

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Four Years of Musings! How Time Flies!
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