Saturday marked one year since the formal launch of the EUtopia law blog. In that time we have carried pieces on topics as varied as the Eurozone crisis, the use of bus lanes by minicab operators, residence rights under EU law, the Emissions Trading Scheme, the Charter of Fundamental Rights, Scottish Independence and minimum alcohol pricing. In total there have been more than 180 posts, which equates roughly to a post every other day. We have had 80,091 unique ‘hits’ from readers all over the world.
We would like to say a big thank you to our contributors for making the blog what it is. We also thank you, our readers, for taking the time to read and comment. And we would welcome your feedback: what we do right, what we do wrong and what we don’t do but should. Finally, we would be delighted to hear from anyone in academia, practice or public service who would like to contribute to the blog – just drop us a line.