Coates’ Canons Turns 5

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Coates’ Canons celebrated its five year anniversary this week! During the past five years, School of Government faculty members have authored over 680 posts, which have been viewed well over 1,000,000 times. We continually strive to improve the blog and appreciate your valuable feedback. We have made several recent changes based on your suggestions:

  • All archived posts are now grouped by both category and subcategory. The categories are listed on the right hand side of the blog. To access the subcategories under each category, click on the [+]. To view the posts within each subcategory, simply click on the subcategory. The number of posts within each category and subcategory are included in parenthesis.
  • The general search function is more robust. If you are searching for a blog post on a particular subject matter, simply type one or more key words in the search box in the upper right corner. A list of posts that contain that word or phrase will appear in the main window.
  • The blog now includes a “featured posts” section. Periodically we will highlight a new group of archived posts on a related topic. We will use this section to create resource guides for courses and to provide ready information on relevant issues during the year.

Thank you for your continued support of Coates’ Canons! Keep the suggestions coming…

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One Response to Coates’ Canons Turns 5

  1. Marvin Bethune says:

    Coates’ Canons is absolutely the best continuing legal education for local government lawyers imaginable, and the creation and continuation of Coates’ Canons is clearly one of the best accomplishments of the SOG in years!

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