After the summer break the blog is having a fresh start. The blog was originally designed as the flagship of a teaching innovation project at the Spanish Open University (UNED) supervised by professor Marina Vargas and by myself. A year later it would be good to exercise some auto-critic. The blog was not useful to dialogue with undergraduate students. Their posts in the blog have been the exception. However ECJ Leading Cases has been a useful tool for exchanging research ideas with other academics and practicioners. Some of them have contributed with relevant posts.
For this reason the blog will go on with some changes: the design has been simplified. Spanish and English versions will be published separately and not always in a redundant way. The publication pace would get slower: one or two posts per week. The supervision, content and orientation will be of my sole responsibility. Many thanks to Professor Vargas for her work along the first year.
May this project remain useful and keep on improving. I will try to do it at a slow and constant pace. Our motto is festina lente!
Pedro M. Herrera