Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Recent Law Review Articles -- November 2011

Armiger, Jonathan. Note. Judicial review of public utility commissions. (N. Ind. Pub. Serv. Co. v. U.S. Steel Corp., 907 N.E.2d 1012, 2009.) 86 Ind. L.J. 1163-1183 (2011).

Forty-First Annual Administrative Law Issue. The FCC and the Future. Articles by Stuart Minor Benjamin, James B. Speta, Kevin Werbach and Tim Wu. 60 Duke L.J. 1673-1857 (2011).

Aoki, Keith. Food forethought: intergenerational equity and global food supply—past, present, and future. 2011 Wis. L. Rev. 399-478.  

Caffrey, Kristina. Student article. The house of the rising sun: homeowners’ associations, restrictive covenants, solar panels, and the Contract Clause. 50 Nat. Resources J. 721-759 (2010).

Gardner, Alison, David Sewell and Brent Stahl. Mineral issues’ impact on solar energy development in Texas. 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 241-271 (2010-2011).

Jansen, Brian. Student article. Community wind power: making more Americans energy producers through feed-in tariffs. 20 Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 329-349 (2011).

Nuts and Bolts of Technology: Closer Look at Utility-Scale Solar Power. Sara Kamins, moderator; Lisa Belenky, Alice L. Harron, Arthur Haubenstock and Tom Starrs, panelists. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10401-10413 (2011).

Rule, Troy A. Renewable energy and the neighbors. 2010 Utah L. Rev. 1223-1276.

Spengler, Eric S. Note. A shift in the wind: the siting of wind power projects on public lands in the Obama era. 86 Ind. L.J. 1185-1217 (2011).

Animals' Place in Jurisprudence. Introduction by Deborah Cao; articles by Bernard S. Jackson, Piyel Haldar, Sabine Lennkh, Irina Knopp and Deborah Cao. 24 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 255-367 (2011).

Duck, Antoinette. Note. Welcome to primates’ paradise, human rights not allowed: unravelling the Great Ape Project. 7 Regent J. Int’l L. 165-197 (2009).

Hill, Michael. Comment. The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act: the need for a whistleblower exception. 61 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 651-680 (2010).

Vellucci, Margreta. Restraining the (real) beast: protective orders and other statutory enactments to protect the animal victims of domestic violence in Rhode Island. 16 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 224-259 (2011).

Koivurova, Timo. The actions of the Arctic states respecting the continental shelf: a reflective essay. 42 Ocean Dev. & Int’l L. 211-226 (2011).  

Review of Alison L. LaCroix, The Ideological Origins of American Federalism by Gordon S. Wood; reply by Alison L. LaCroix. 78 U. Chi. L. Rev. 705-758 (2011).  

 Glazier, Dustin M. Note. A game of old maid: the Ninth Circuit establishes when the owner-operator is determined for CERCLA liability in ... (California v. Hearthside Residential Corp., 613 F.3d 910, 2010.) 2011 BYU L. Rev. 117-130.

Czarnezki, Jason J. Climate policy & U.S.-China relations. 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 659-674 (2011).

China’s Environmental Governance: Global Challenges and Comparative Solutions. Articles by John Copeland Nagle, Lan, Hong, Michael A. Livermore and student Craig A. Wenner. Water pollution and regulatory cooperation in China. 44 Cornell Int’l L.J. 349-383 (2011).

Moser, Adam J. Pragmatism not dogmatism: the inconvenient need for border adjustment tariffs based on what is known about climate change, trade, and China. 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 675-711 (2011).

Nagle, John Copeland. How much should China pollute? 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 591-632 (2011).

Percival, Robert V. China’s “green leap forward” toward global environmental leadership. 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 633-657 (2011).

Schneider, Keith, Jennifer L. Turner, Aaron Jaffe and Nadya Ivanova. Choke point China: confronting water scarcity and energy demand in the world’s largest country. 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 713-734 (2011).

Seidenfeld, Mark. Chevron’s foundation. 86 Notre Dame L. Rev. 273-312 (2011).

Klass, Alexandra B. Property rights on the new frontier: climate change, natural resource development, and renewable energy. 38 Ecology L.Q. 63-119 (2011).

Mann, Roberta F. Federal, state, and local tax policies for climate change: coordination or cross-purpose? 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 369-392 (2011).

Thomas, Angeline. Student article. Killing two birds with one stone: implementing land reform and combating climate change in Brazil’s Amazon under Law 11.952.09. 9 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 1107-1155 (2011).

Intrator, Jessica. Note. From squatter to settler: applying the lessons of the nineteenth century U.S. public land policy to twenty-first century land struggles in Brazil. 38 Ecology L.Q. 179-232 (2011).

Lennkh, Sabine. The animal: a subject of law? A reflection on aspects of the Austrian and German juridical systems. 24 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 307-329 (2011).

Wickeri, Elisabeth. “Land is life, land is power”: landlessness, exclusion, and deprivation in Nepal. 34 Fordham Int’l L.J. 930-1041 (2011).  

Ziegler, Edward H. and Jan G. Laitos. Property rights, housing, and the American Constitution: the social benefits of property rights protection, government interventions, and the European Court on Human Rights’ Hutten-Czapska decision. 21 Ind. Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 25-46 (2011).

Del Duca, Patrick. Management of environmental liabilities in business transactions. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10419-10434 (2011).

Ray, Allan Julius. Student article. Cooling the core habitat provision of the Endangered Species Act before it goes critical: practical critical habitat reformulation. 34 Environs 99-120 (2010).  

Darby, Joan M., Janet M. Robins and Beth L. Webb. The role of FERC and the states in approving and siting interstate natural gas facilities and LNG terminals after the Energy Policy Act of 2005 — consultation, preemption and cooperative federalism. 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 335-384 (2010-2011).

Knee, Jeremy. Rational electricity regulation: environmental impacts and the “public interest.” 113 W. Va. L. Rev. 739-790 (2011).

Wokutch, Andreas S.V. Note. The role of non-utility service providers in smart grid development: should they be regulated, and if so, who can regulate them? 9 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 531-571 (2011).

Pierce, Jason. Note. A South American energy treaty: how the region might attract foreign investment in a wake of resource nationalism. 44 Cornell Int’l L.J. 417-440 (2011).

Thornley, Drew. The Federal Government’s authority to site interstate electric transmission lines: how the meaning of “withheld” is withholding clarity for transmission development. 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 385-397 (2010-2011).

Wright, Arthur J., Jolisa Dobbs and James E. Goddard. Recent developments in Texas, United States, and international energy law. 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 423-458 (2010-2011).

Barnwell, J. Matthew. Casenote. Taking a bite out of speech regulation: the Supreme Court upholds First Amendment protection for depiction of animal cruelty in ... (United States v. Stevens, 130 S. Ct. 1577, 2010.) 62 Mercer L. Rev. 1031-1050 (2011).

Northen, Greg. Comment. Greenwashing the organic label: abusive green marketing in an increasingly eco-friendly marketplace. 7 J. Food L. & Pol'y 101-134 (2011).  

Recent developments. In the Congress. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10481-10486 (2011).

Recent developments. In the Courts. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10486-10487 (2011).

Recent developments. In the federal agencies. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10488-10491

Recent developments. In the state agencies. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10492-10495 (2011).

Recent journal literature. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10496-10497 (2011).

Carden, Kristin N. The legal viability of territorial use rights in fisheries (TURFs) in California. 38 Ecology L.Q. 121-178 (2011).

Taylor, Charles R. Student article. Fishing with a bulldozer: options for unilateral action by the United States under domestic and international law to halt destructive bottom trawling practices on the high seas. [Includes illustrations.] 34 Environs 121-171 (2010).

Ceola, Jason. Student article. Standing up for national forests: using conservation easements to bypass the procedural requirements of bringing a conservation lawsuit. 4 Phoenix L. Rev. 435-460 (2010).

Glass-O'Shea, Brooke. The history and future of genetically modified crops: frankenfoods, superweeds, and the developing world. 7 J. Food L. & Pol'y 1-33 (2011).  

Grimm, Kyle G. Comment. “Endangerment” of the common law: do rulemakings as to greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act displace federal common-law claims for the public nuisance of global warming? 412 Seton Hall L. Rev. 671-721 (2011).  

Gardner, William. Note. The fight for clean technology funds: who should control the future of low-carbon technology in the developing world? 18 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 481-513 (2011).

Metcalf, Gilbert E. Paying for greenhouse gas reductions: what role for fairness? 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 393-415 (2011).

Miller, Christopher J. Student paper. Carbon capture and sequestration in Texas: navigating the legal challenges related to pore space ownership. 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 399-421 (2010-2011).

Reitze, Arnold W. Jr. and Marie Bradshaw Durrant. Control of geological carbon sequestration in the Western United States. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10455-10480 (2011).

Steinberg, Joachim Beno. Note. New York City’s Landmarks Law and the rescission process. 66 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 951-999 (2011).

Helms, Grant E. Note. Fair trade coffee practices: approaches for future sustainability of the movement. 21 Ind. Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 79-109 (2011).

Brown, Shannon. Note. A fly in the ointment: why federal preemption doctrine and 42 U.S.C. § 7431 do not preclude local land use regulations related to global warming. 23 Regent U. L. Rev. 239-261 (2010-2011).

Cordes, Mark W. The land use legacy of Chief Justice Rehnquist and Justice Stevens: two views on balancing public and private interests in property. 34 Environs 1-67 (2010).

McKibben, Bill. Norman Williams Lecture in Land Use Planning and the Law. The most important number in the world. 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 767-783 (2011).

Mudd, Michelle Bryan. A “constant and difficult task”: making local land use decisions in states with a constitutional right to a healthful environment. 38 Ecology L.Q. 1-62 (2011).

Thao, Nguyen Hong and Ramses Amer. Coastal states in the South China Sea and submissions on the outer limits of the continental shelf. 42 Ocean Dev. & Int’l L. 245-263 (2011).

Anderson, Ingrid M. Gronstal. Note. Jaws of life: developing international shark finning regulations through lessons learned from the International Whaling Commission. 20 Transnat’l L. & Contemp. Probs. 511-537 (2011).

Glass-O’Shea, Brooke. Watery grave: why international and domestic lawmakers need to do more to protect oceanic species from extinction. 17 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 191-232 (2011).

Zhu, Ling and Sunil Kumar Agarwal. A review of the legal and policy framework for vessel source pollution in Hong Kong. 42 Ocean Dev. & Int’l L. 264-279 (2011).

Sorenson, Sara K. A need for clarification: North Dakota’s abandoned mineral statute. 86 N.D. L. Rev. 521-534 (2010).

Szabo, Aaron. Reprocessing: the future of nuclear waste. 29 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 231-256 (2010).  

Honigsberg, Peter Jan. Conflict of interest that led to the Gulf oil disaster. 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10414-10418 (2011).

Cao, Deborah. Visibility and invisibility of animals in traditional Chinese philosophy and law. 24 Int'l J. for Semiotics L. 351-367 (2011).  

Foster, Mark Harrison, Jr. Note. Ash holes: the failure to classify coal combustion residuals as a hazardous waste under RCRA and the burden borne by a minority community in Alabama. 12 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 735-765 (2011).

Lerner, Marc L. Comment. Cash for clunkers, dimes for Duracells: an effective model to motivate the proper disposal of household toxic waste. 51 Jurimetrics J. 141-179 (2011).

Behles, Deborah. Why California failed to meet its RPS target. 17 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 163-187 (2011).

Wang, Walter. Challenging state taxation of renewable energy: will Wyoming be the battleground? 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 451-468 (2011).

Genteman, Crystal. Eminent domain and attorneys’ fees in Georgia: a growing state’s need for a new fee-shifting statute. 27 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 829-872 (2011).
Spohr, David W. Cleaning up the rest of Agins: bringing coherence to temporary takings jurisprudence and jettisoning “extraordinary delay.” 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10435-10454 (2011).  

Bogdanski, John A. Reflections on the environmental impacts of federal tax subsidies for oil, gas, and timber production. 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 323-337 (2011).

Business Law Forum: Taxation and the Environment. Introduction by Rep. Earl Blumenauer; articles by John A. Bogdanski, Neil H. Buchanan, Roberta F. Mann, Gilbert E. Metcalf, Janet E. Milne, Walter Wang and Lawrence Zelenak. 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 315-481 (2011).

Hicks, Thomas. An interpretation of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations supporting the tax deductibility of the voluntary charitable contribution in perpetuity of a partial interest in an appropriate riparian water right transferred instream for conservation purposes (with an emphasis on California water law). 17 Hastings W.-Nw. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 93-159 (2011).

Kerr, Alex Rice. Why we need a carbon tax. 34 Environs 69-97 (2010).

Wagner, Ann. French urban space management: a visual semiotic approach behind power and control. [Includes photographs.] 24 Int’l J. for Semiotics L. 227-241 (2011).

Fort, Denise D. and Summer McKean. Groundwater policy in the Western United States. 47 Idaho L. Rev. 325-340 (2011).

Gold, H. David and Jason Bass. The water-energy nexus: socioeconomic considerations and suggested legal reforms in the Southwest. 50 Nat. Resources J. 563-609 (2010).

Hiers, Rebecca H. Water: a human right or a human responsibility? 47 Willamette L. Rev. 467-493 (2011).

Johnson, Gary S. Hydrologic complications of conjunctive management. 47 Idaho L. Rev. 205-215 (2011).

Leonard, Debbie. Doctrinal uncertainty in the law of federally reserved water rights: the potential impact on renewable energy development. 50 Nat. Resources J. 611-643 (2010).

Lancaster, Clinton. Note. Property law—the recreational navigation doctrine—the use of the recreational navigation doctrine to increase public access to waterways and its effect on riparian owners. 33 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 161-175 (2011).

Mann, Joshua. Saving water in the Pecos: one coin, two sides, many overdrafts (and no bail outs?). 47 Idaho L. Rev. 341-384 (2011).

Noroian, Nisha D. Comment. Prior appropriation, agriculture and the West: caught in a bad romance. 51 Jurimetrics J. 181-215 (2011).

Royster, Judith V. Conjunctive management of reservation water resources: legal issues facing Indian tribes. 47 Idaho L. Rev. 255-272 (2011).

Ruple, John. Clear and murky facts: Utah’s approach to conjunctive surface and groundwater management. 47 Idaho L. Rev. 217-254 (2011).

Thompson, Barton H., Jr. Beyond connections: pursuing multidimensional conjunctive management. 47 Idaho L. Rev. 273-323 (2011).

Scott, Christopher A. and Martin J. Pasqualetti. Energy and water resources scarcity: critical infrastructure for growth and economic development in Arizona and Sonora. 50 Nat. Resources J. 645-682 (2010).

Symposium. Implementing the Human Right to Water in the West. Articles by Dena Marshall, Janet Neuman, Laura A. Schroeder, Therese A. Ure, Sarah R. Liljefelt, Harold Shepherd, Rebecca H. Hiers, Rose Francis and Laurel Firestone. 47 Willamette L. Rev. 361-537 (2011).

Symposium. The Water-Energy Conundrum: Water Constraints on New Energy Development in the Southwest. Introduction by Katie Gwartney Roehlk and Kenneth Rooney; opening remarks by Sen. Jeff Bingaman; articles by H. David Gold, Jason Bass, Debbie Leonard, Christopher A. Scott, Martin J. Pasqualetti and Stacy Tellinghuisen. 50 Nat. Resources J. 559-720 (2010).

Tellinghuisen, Stacy. Water for power generation: what’s the value? 50 Nat. Resources J. 683-720 (2010).

Scott, Christopher A. and Martin J. Pasqualetti. Energy and water resources scarcity: critical infrastructure for growth and economic development in Arizona and Sonora. 50 Nat. Resources J. 645-682 (2010).

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