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

Open Letter to Guest Posters: Thanks for the Musings!

Construction Law MusingsIn the over four years and 500 posts here at Musings, I have been humbled and amazed at the growth of the subscriber base here at Construction Law Musings. While this growth has been a great inspiration to keep this little corner of the internet going, what really spices things up and keeps it interesting is the group of almost 200 Guest Post Friday posts. Appropriately the 500th post here at Musings was one of the guest contributions (this one by @kcconstrlawyer)

Your contributions of time and insight continually hit the mark and add variety and expertise to this construction law blog that I otherwise would have been unable to provide my readers. I have no doubt that your contributions increase the interest level and by extension the subscriber base in a way that my solo contribution could not have achieved. I have also greatly enjoyed getting to know each of you better through your writing.

So, without further ado, THANK YOU for all of the discussion. Your additions to the conversation here at Musings (ranging from the art of blogging to pay if paid clauses to photography and great IPad apps) keep things fresh and fun.

To those that have contributed in the past, don’t hesitate to contact me if you are interested in becoming a repeat contributor. If you are new (and not a ghost writer fishing for a forum), please check out the guest posting guidelines and let me know if you have something you’d like to contribute.

Once again, thanks for all of your contributions and I look forward to further collaboration.

As always, I welcome your comments below. Please subscribe to keep up with this and other Construction Law Musings.

 

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