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

Musings Turns One!

Construction Law Musings is OneI looked at the calendar today and realized that Construction Law Musings turned one last Friday. I put up the first post at the blogger version of this blog on a whim on December 11, 2008 and it has been quite a ride. I want to make sure that I thank all of you who read and comment here on a regular basis. You know who you are and I appreciate each and every one of you.

Also, since that first post, I have made new friends across the country and even here in Richmond. The Guest Posts here on Fridays have also been a wonderful and surprising treat. The volunteer efforts to post here and the things I’ve learned are invaluable. I hope that you all have enjoyed them as much as I have.

I also want to thank the folks at Solo Practice University, particularly @scartierliebel, this is an opportunity of a lifetime that I would not have gotten if I hadn’t taken the plunge and entered the great Web 2.0 world. I also want to thank @yahyahenry at Aribra and @jamesbedell at Build2Sustain for their interest and the opportunity to be a part of two great operations.

I had no idea a year ago that anyone would want to read about Construction Law when I started this blog, but the opportunities, referrals and business that have grown from this small corner of cyberspace are amazing. I wouldn’t change my decision to start writing here at Construction Law Musings for the world.

Thank you again, and here’s to another year!

As always, I welcome your comments below. Also, I encourage you to subscribe to keep up with another year of Construction Law Musings.

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14 Responses to Musings Turns One!

  1. @constructionlaw Happy 1st blog birthday Chris! http://constructionlawva.com/musings-tur… Always good information. Also enjoy Friday Guests Posts & cartoons

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    @constructionlaw Happy 1st blog birthday Chris! [link to post] Always good information. Also enjoy Friday Guests Posts & cartoons

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  3. Chris – Congrats on the birthday of Musings. You have done a great job providing information to your readers and building a community. I look forward to the next year to see what you come up with.

  4. Thanks Grant! I appreciate all of your help this past year, Headway is great and your support and comments regarding how to grow a blog and community were and are invaluable.

    Thanks again!
    .-= Christopher G. Hill´s last blog post .. Building Community for Blawgers =-.

  5. Congrats Chris, your hard work and talent really shows in the success of your blog!
    .-= Timothy R. Hughes´s last blog post .. The Economic Loss Rule Applies to Professional Malpractice Claims Too =-.

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    Congratulations @constructionlaw on the one-year anniversary of your blog Construction Law Musings! [link to post]

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    Congrats to @constructionlaw, on the one-year anniversary of your his blog Construction Law Musings! [link to post]

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    Great Job Chris! (@constructionlaw). The sites is better everyday!…Musings Turns One! – [link to post]

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  9. Congratulations Christopher and Musings,

    I like the way blogs take on a life of their own and one can almost forget they made such a thing happen.

    This blog has served the online building community well, both as a place for relevant and important information and as a hub for networking.

    Thanks to you both and all who have helped make it happen.

    Many happy returns.
    .-= Barry Morgan´s last blog post .. Your Home’s Ideas =-.

  10. Nothing like a constructive site about construction, laws, lawyers, and such. The world gets smaller and smaller with specialty sites as thins one as the internet gets bigger and bigger.

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