2011 was a busy year, both personally and professionally, and 2012 looks to be just as challenging and rewarding.
Last year, my law school career came to a close upon my graduation from the San Joaquin College of Law. As my time in academia came to a close, I have been blessed to have gotten to know many good people, including those who have gone on to become my best friends. I am also thankful to say that I never want to go back to school again. Gone are the stressful nights spent studying for midterms and finals. However, I can’t be too proud since I am still dealing with the Bar Exam, a beast which requires much studying and mental refinery.
Second, I would also like to thank everyone who has read or subscribed to my blog or read my articles. This year saw a big increase in traffic, especially as I turned Strict Liability towards the nuanced, bizarro world of Native American law. I foresee this trend increasing as I give more attention to Indian law matters, rather than just a generalized “research blog” concept that I initially started with. I’ve gotten more attention and comments from Indians who focus on tribal disenrollments and those who have been disenrolled themselves. And, as always, anything about tribal sovereignty seems to give me a boost in traffic.
In the meantime, I just have to keep doing what I’m doing. Hope 2012 is the year you want it to be!