Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Recent Law Review Articles -- July 2012

Forty-Second Administrative Law Symposium.  Emerging Alternatives to the Traditional Model of Administrative Rulemaking.  Articles by Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr., Thomas O. McGarity, Emily Hammond Meazell, Jodi L. Short and Kathryn A. Watts.  61 Duke L.J. 1599-1955 (2012).

Owen, Dave.  The Mono Lake Case, the public trust doctrine, and the administrative state.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1099-1153 (2012).

Davis, Meghan F. and Lainie Rutkow.  Regulatory strategies to combat antimicrobial resistance of animal origin: recommendations for a science-based U.S. approach.  25 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 327-388 (2012).

LatCrit South-North Exchange.  The Global Politics of Food:  Sustainability and Subordination.  Articles by Nancy Ehrenreich, Beth Lyon, Carmen G. González, Charles R.P. Pouncy, Peter Halewood, Douglas West, Pamela A. Vesilind, Scott Brainard, Nicholas Espíritu, Christopher J. Curran, Marc-Tizoc González and Ernesto Hernández-López; keynote lecture by José Luis Calva; panel participation with Miguel Rábago Dorbecker, moderator and Graciela Rodriguez, Luis Miguel Cano, Luis Fernando García, panelists.  43 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 1-290 (2011).

Litichevskaya, Juliya.  Note.  Reviving the world wonder:  why rooftop gardens should cover urban landscapes.  37 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 58-92 (2011).

Moore, Nikki.  Note. Silent Spring still runs deep: the D.C. Circuit halts efforts to end global carbofuran contamination in ...  (National Corn Growers Association v. EPA, 613 F.3d 266, 2010, cert. denied, 131 S. Ct. 2931, 2011.)  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1531-1555 (2012).

Volinski, Jonathan.  Comment. Shucking away the husk of a crop gone wrong: why the Federal Government needs to replant its approach to corn-based ethanol.  25 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 507-530 (2012).

Opitz, Tim.  Student article.  The tragedy of the horse, American icon.  7 J. Food L. & Pol’y 357-382 (2011).

Barker, D. Wiley.  Student article.  The absurd results doctrine, Chevron, and climate change.  26 BYU J. Pub. L. 73-98 (2011).

Outka, Uma and Richard Feiock.  Local promise for climate mitigation: an empirical assessment.  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 635-670 (2012).

Stedman, Jeffrey N.  Note. Climate change and public nuisance law: AEP v. Connecticut and its implications for state common law actions.  (Connecticut v. Am. Elec. Power Co., 582 F.3d 309, 2009, rev’d, 131 S. Ct. 2527, 2011.)  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 865-915 (2012).

Wold, Chris, student Grant Wilson and student Sara Foroshani.  Leveraging climate change benefits through the World Trade Organization:  are fossil fuel subsidies actionable?  43 Geo. J. Int’l L. 635-694 (2012).

Laitos, Jan G. and student Teresa Helms Abel.  The role of brownfields as sites for mixed use development projects in America and Britain.  40 Denv. J. Intl’l L. & Pol’y 492-514 (2011-2012).

Colinvaux, Roger.  The conservation easement tax expenditure: in search of conservation value.  37 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 1-61 (2012).

Brader, Cory Ruth.  Comment.  Toward a constitutional Chevron:  lessons from ...  (Rapanos v. United States, 547 U.S. 715, 2006.)  160 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1479-1525 (2012).

Burrows, Spencer R.  Student article. An oil spill and exceptions to the mootness doctrine: Hornbeck v. Salazar erroneously decided?  18 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 407-425 (2012).

Havemann, Anne.  Comment. Surviving the Commerce Clause: how Maryland can square its renewable energy laws with the federal Constitution.  71 Md. L. Rev. 848-885 (2012).

McDougall, Devin.  Note. Reconciling Lujan v. Defenders of Wildlife and Massachusetts v. EPA on the set of procedural rights eligible for relaxed Article III standing.  37 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 151-175 (2012).

Munro, Gregory S.  The public trust doctrine and the Montana Constitution as legal bases for climate change litigation in Montana.  73 Mont. L. Rev. 123-160 (2012).

Environmental Courts and Tribunals: Improving Access to Justice and Protection of the Environment Around the World. Introduction by Nicholas A. Robinson; articles by Hon. Brian J. Preston, Domenico Amirante, Kenneth J. Markowitz, Jo J.A. Gerardu, Hon. Robert Carnwath, Hon. Donald W. Kaniaru, Hon. António Herman Benjamin, Hon. Hilario G. Davide, Jr. and student Nicholas S. Bryner.  29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 363-644 (2012).

Bright, David, et al.  International art and cultural heritage.  46 Int’l Law. 405-418 (2012).

Skibine, Alex Tallchief.  Towards a balanced approach for the protection of Native American sacred sites.  17 Mich. J. Race & L. 269-302 (2012).

A New Wavelength?  Carbon Tax, Cap & Trade, and Market Adaptation.  Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, chair and Michal C. Moore, Jonathan H. Adler, panelists.  36 Can.-U.S. L.J. 179-211 (2012).

Babcock, Hope M.  A risky business: generation of nuclear power and deepwater drilling for offshore oil and gas.  37 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 63-149 (2012).

Behles, Deborah.  An integrated green urban electrical grid.  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 671-712 (2012).

Klass, Alexandra B.  Renewable energy and the public trust doctrine.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1021-1073 (2012).

Facing the World Together:  The Role of Great Lakes States and Provinces in Developing Canada-United States Energy.  Chris Sands, introduction and Kim Hill, Benjamin Teitelbaum, panelists.  36 Can.-U.S. L.J. 243-276 (2012).

Ferrero, Mateo.  The Andean electricity market: a competition law analysis.  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 769-805 (2012).

The Future of Nuclear Power in East Asia. Introduction by Hiroshi Fukurai; articles by Eri Osaka and Patricia Blazey.  21 Pac. Rim L. & Pol’y J. 427-484 (2012).

Maxwell, Veery.  Student article. Wind energy development: can wind power overcome substantial hurdles to reach the grid?  18 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 323-349 (2012).

Proceedings of the Canada-United States Law Institute Henry T. King, Jr. Annual Conference on Energy Security and Climate Change:  A Canada-United States Common Approach?  Welcome and introduction by Daniel Ujczo, James S. Peterson, James Blanchard, Chris Sands and David Crane; session participation by David Crane, Steven Reed, Dianne Anderson, Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, Chris Sands, Selma Lussenburg, chairs and Carl Bauer, Meera Fickling, John Felmy, Steve Winberg, Danielle Droitsch, Roger Salliant, David B. Raskin, Carol Battershell, Gene Ameduri, Michal C. Moore, Jonathan H. Adler, Kim Hill, Benjamin Teitelbaum, Michael Barrett, Paul Durbin, panelists; presentations with Daniel Ujczo, James Blanchard, James Peterson, introductions and Robert Rawson, Jr., Ian Holloway, Michael P. Scharf, Chios Carmody, James Peterson, Bill Graham, David Jacobson, David Crane, Chris Sands, remarks; keynotes with James W. Spence, J. Michael Robinson, introductions and Al Monaco, Carmine Marcello, addresses.  36 Can.-U.S. L.J. 1-316 (2012).

Keynote Luncheon Address II.  J. Michael Robinson, introduction and Carmine Marcello, address.  36 Can.-U.S. L.J. 113-134 (2012).

Symposium — The Public Trust Doctrine:  30 Years Later.  Welcoming remarks by Kevin R. Johnson; articles by Richard M. Frank, William D. Araiza, Michael C. Blumm, Karrigan S. Börk, Joseph F. Krovoza, Jacob V. Katz, Peter B. Moyle, J. Peter Byrne, John D. Echeverria, Brian E. Gray, Alexandra B. Klass, Albert C. Lin, Dave Owen, Hon. Ronald B. Robie and student Rachel D. Guthrie.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 663-1176 (2012).

Pring, George (Rock) and Catherine (Kitty) Pring.  The future of environmental dispute resolution.  40 Denv. J. Intl’l L. & Pol’y 482-491 (2011-2012).

Roose, Michael.  Note. Greenpeace, social media, and the possibility of global deliberation on the environment.  19 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 347-364 (2012).

Blumm, Michael C. and student Rachel D. Guthrie.  Internationalizing the public trust doctrine:  natural law and constitutional and statutory approaches to fulfilling the Saxion vision.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 741-808 (2012).

Brainard, Scott.  The impact of Indonesian agricultural policies on indigenous populations, natural resources and the economy:  the limits of democratic self-determination under capitalist regimes.  43 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 165-193 (2011).

Dema, Briana.  Note. Sea level rise and the Freely Associated States: addressing environmental migration under the Compacts of Free Association.  37 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 177-204 (2012).

Jeffery, Michael and Ying Shen.  The likelihood of a carbon tax in China: wishful thinking or a real possibility?  25 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 419-451 (2012).

Schatz, Andrew, et al.  International environmental law.  46 Int’l Law. 419-433 (2012).

Thibault, Rebecca M.  Note. Ballast water control: issues & recommendations for protecting the United States’ shared Pacific coastline.  10 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 837-861 (2011).

Wisnosky, Emily A., et al.  International energy and natural resources law.  46 Int’l Law. 305-319 (2012).

Reed, Peter T.  Note. What are equal terms anyway?  87 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1313-1347 (2012).

Zeidman, Samuel J.  Note. Sittin’ on the Dhaka the Bay: the dispute between Bangladesh and Myanmar and its implications for the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.  50 Colum. J. Transnat’l L. 442-489 (2012).

Lin, Albert C.  Public trust and public nuisance:  common law peas in a pod?  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1075-1097 (2012).

Corbett, W. Taylor.  Note.  Coalbed methane:  the struggle for consistency and predictability in mineral and property law in Virginia.  11 Appalachian J.L. 231-260 (2012).

Cricco-Lizza, Gianna.  Comment.  Hydraulic fracturing and cooperative federalism:  injecting reality into policy formation.  42 Seton Hall L. Rev. 703-740 (2012).

Wilmarth, Catherine M.  Note. Mining megaliths in the Argentine Andes: where will the victims of environmental degradation find justice?  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 959-990 (2012).

Van Dyke, Jon M. and Sherry P. Broder.  Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas — protecting the marine environment in the territorial seas and exclusive economic zones.  40 Denv. J. Intl’l L. & Pol’y 472-481 (2011-2012).

Goodman, Steve.  More stringent regulation of biodiesel fuel is needed in California.  18 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 353-376 (2012).

Koenig, Thomas H. and Michael L. Rustad.  Reconceptualizing the BP oil spill as parens patriae products liability.  49 Hous. L. Rev. 291-392 (2012).

McKinlay, John J.  Note. Regulation, renegotiation, and reform: improving transnational public-private partnerships in the wake of the Gulf Oil Spill.  87 Ind. L.J. 1315-1344 (2012).

The Bedrock of the Canada-United States Energy Relationship:  Fostering Job Creation and Energy Security Through the Development of Clean Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas.  Steven Reed, chair; John Felmy, Steve Winberg, Danielle Droitsch, panelists.  36 Can.-U.S. L.J. 53-88 (2012).

Standeven, Matthew.  Comment.  The inherent uncertainty of risk assessment:  how pesticide residue tolerances fall short on safety.  15 J. Health Care L. & Pol’y 227-248 (2012).

Byrne, J. Peter.  The public trust doctrine, legislation, and green property:  a future convergence?  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 915-930 (2012).

Bogale, Zelalem Tesfaye.  Comment.  E-Responsibility:  e-waste, international law and Africa’s growing digital wasteland.  18 UC Davis J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 225-260 (2011).

Echeverria, John D.  The public trust doctrine as a background principles defense in takings litigation.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 931-971 (2012).

Mazzocco, James A.  Note. Many hands make light work: the case for reinstating the assessment of property taxes on gas estates in Pennsylvania.  9 Pitt. Tax Rev. 29-42 (2011).

Benson, Reed D.  Alive but irrelevant: the prior appropriation doctrine in today’s Western water law.  83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 675-714 (2012).

Bracken, Nathan S.  Water reuse in the West: state programs and institutional issues. A report compiled by the Western States Water Council.  18 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 451-580 (2012).

Börk, Karrigan S., Joseph F. Krovoza, Jacob V. Katz and Peter B. Moyle.  The rebirth of California Fish & Game Code section 5937:  water for fish.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 809-913 (2012).

Gray, Brian E.  Ensuring the public trust.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 973-1019 (2012).

Helton, Cory.  Note. The right to float: the need for the Colorado Legislature to clarify river access rights.  83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 845-873 (2012).

Robie, Hon. Ronald B.  Effective implementation of the public trust doctrine in California water resources decision-making:  a view from the bench.  45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1155-1176 (2012).

Seidemann, Ryan M.  Water and power: the Sabine River Authority of Louisiana—a review of property disputes, hydropower, and water sales.  25 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 389-418 (2012).

Armstrong, Blake.  Student article. Maintaining the world’s marine biodiversity: using the Endangered Species Act to stop the climate change induced loss of coral reefs.  18 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 429-448 (2012).

Jackson, Christopher.  Note. At the crossroads: balancing public education and wildlife protection.  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 839-864 (2012).

Stephens, W. Ryan.  Note. Gray wolf rising: why the clash over wolf management in the Northern Rockies calls for congressional action to define “recovery” under the Endangered Species Act.  (Defenders of Wildlife v. Salazar, 729 F. Supp. 2d 1207, 2010.)  36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 917-957 (2012).

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