Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Recent Law Review Articles -- Late December 2011


Driesen, David M. Two cheers for feasible regulation: a modest response to Masur and Posner. 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 313-341 (2011).

Kim, James. Comment. For a good cause: reforming the good cause exception to notice and comment rulemaking under the Administrative Procedure Act. 18 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 1045-1083 (2011).

Sielen, Alan B. Time for a Department of the Environment. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 435-471 (2011).

Wilensky, Meredith. Note. The tailoring rule: exemplifying the vital role of regulatory agencies in environmental protection. 38 Ecology L.Q. 449-477 (2011).

Griset, Todd J. Harnessing the ocean’s power: opportunities in renewable ocean energy resources. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 395-434 (2011).

Iannacone, Stephen. Comment. Felony animal cruelty laws in New York. 31 Pace L. Rev. 748-770 (2011).

Murphy, Colleen. Casenote. Are humans animals?: patent claim construction in ... (Marteck Biosciences Corp. v. Nutrinova, Inc., 579 F.3d 1363, 2009.) 79 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1213-1237 (2011).

Perdue, Abigail Lauren. When bad things happen to good laws: the rise, fall, and future of Section 48. 18 Va. J. Soc. Pol’y & L. 469-548 (2011).

Roth, Bradley L. Note. A call for mediated solutions to Arctic region disputes. 19 Cardozo J. Int’l & Comp. L. 851-898 (2011).

Nylen, Nell Green. Note. To achieve biodiversity goals, the new Forest Service planning rule needs effective mandates for best available science and adaptive management. (Native Ecosystems Council v. Tidwell, 599 F.3d 926, 2010.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 241-291 (2011).

Ben-David, Michelle. Defining international environmental law. (Reviewing Daniel Bodansky, The Art and Craft of International Environmental Law.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 553-561 (2011).

Mandel, Daniel. Boldly precautionary: Douglas Kysar’s Regulating from Nowhere. (Reviewing Douglas Kysar, Regulating from Nowhere: Environmental Law and the Search for Objectivity.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 563-570 (2011).

McLaughlin, Richard J. Book review. (Reviewing Richard Burroughs, Coastal Governance.) 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 539-550 (2011).

Ruppert, Thomas. Tools in the resilience toolbox, but are we willing to use them? (Reviewing Timothy Beatley, Planning for Coastal Resilience: Best Practices for Calamitous Times.) 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 551-560 (2011).

Wyman, Julia B. Death of Venice? (Reviewing Orrin H. Pilkey and Rob Young, The Rising Sea.) 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 561-563 (2011).

McCartt, Toby A. Student chapter. Intervention by non-settling PRPs in CERCLA actions. 41 Envtl. L. 957-985 (2011).

Waldron, Maya. Note. A proposal to balance polluter and community intervention in CERCLA litigation. (United States v. Aerojet Gen. Corp., 606 F.3d 1142, 2010.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 401-426 (2011).

China’s Green Outbound Direct Investment Profile. Mitchell Silk, Rebecca Perkins, Henry Levine and Andrew Worden, discussants. 19 Cardozo J. Int’l & Comp. L. 561-591 (2011).

Rindner, Leah. Note. Forcing adaptation through the Rivers and Harbors Act. (United States v. Milner, 583 F.3d 1174, 2009.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 341-368 (2011).

Revesz, Richard L. and student Matthew R. Shahabian. Climate change and future generations. 84 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1097-1162 (2011).

Dixon, Michael P. Comment. Drawing lines in the disappearing sand: a re-evaluation of shoreline rights and regimes a quarter century after ... (Bell v. Town of Wells, 557 A.2d 168, 1989.) 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 481-537 (2011).

McQueeney, Megan. Note. Baseline in the sand: Communities for a Better Environment v. South Coast Air Quality Management District. (Cmtys. For a Better Env’t v. S. Coast Air Quality Mgmt. Dist., 226 P.3d 985, 2010.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 293-315 (2011).

Policicchio, Jared. Case comment. (Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection, 130 S. Ct. 2592, 2010.) 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 541-554 (2011).

Rupert, Matthew. Note. Beach nourishment to the rescue: through an extensive regulatory review process, beach nourishment can restore and protect vital sea turtle nesting habitat. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 327-357 (2010/2011).

Aguilar, Daniel. Note. Groundwater reform in India: an equity and sustainability dilemma. 46 Tex. Int’l L.J. 623-653 (2011).

Furr, Kellie Ann. Note. Environmental degradation in the Mesopotamian Marshlands: a case study in legal deficiencies. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 271-325 (2010/2011).

Croft, Jason W. Going green: why companies are offering environmentally responsible technologies. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 97-117 (2010/2011).

Arensberg, Alex. Note. Are migratory birds extending environmental criminal liability? (United States v. Apollo Energies, Inc., 611 F.3d 679, 2010.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 427-448 (2011).

Barrett, Jane F. When business conduct turns violent: bringing BP, Massey, and other scofflaws to justice. 48 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 287-333 (2011).

Hudson, Blake. Commerce in the commons: a unified theory of natural capital regulation under the Commerce Clause. 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 375-431 (2011).

Ellinghausen, Don, Jr. Unnatural foundations: legal education’s ecologically-dismissive subtexts. 41 Envtl. L. 681-705 (2011).

Diamond, Michael. Note. ‘Energized’ negotiations: mediating disputes over the siting of interstate electric transmission lines. 26 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 217-269 (2011).

Brauer, Stephanie. Note. Arizona Cattle Growers’ pyrrhic victory for critical habitat. (Ariz. Cattle Growers’ Ass’n v. Salazar, 606 F.3d 1160, 2010.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 369-400 (2011).

Smith, K. Mollie. Abuse of the warranted but precluded designation: a real or imagined purgatory? 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 119-152 (2010/2011).

Tzankova, Zdravka, Dena Vallano and Erika Zavaleta. Can the ESA address the threats of atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Insights from the case of the Bay Checkerspot Butterfly. 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 433-475 (2011).

Hofmeister, Brandon. Bridging the gap: using social psychology to design market interventions to overcome the energy efficiency gap in residential energy markets. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 1-95 (2010/2011).

Houser, Joshua J. Note. Supplying the light at the end of the tunnel: using state-level experience to develop federal-level renewable energy policy. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 153-172 (2010/2011).

Hill, Michael. Note. United States v. Fullmer and the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act: “true threats” to advocacy. 61 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 981-1048 (2011).

Paben, Jeanne Marie Zokovitch. Approaches to environmental justice: a case study of one community’s victory. 20 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 235-270 (2011).

DelCotto, Adrianne M. Introduction and Ninth Circuit Review Editor’s note. 41 Envtl. L. 807-811 (2011).

Thomas, Seth M., et al. 2009-2010 environmental law survey. 44 Ind. L. Rev. 1165-1205 (2011).

Peskoe, Ari. Student article. A challenge for federalism: achieving national goals in the electricity industry. 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 209-281 (2011).

Wiseman, Hannah. Expanding regional renewable governance. 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 477-540 (2011).

Michael, Kristin R. Note. What’s in a label? FIFRA regulations and the preemption of state tort claims of label misrepresentation. (Indian Brand Farms, Inc. v. Novartis Crop Protection, Inc., 617 F.3d 207, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 314-331 (2011).

McCrea-Strub, Ashley and Daniel Pauly. Oil and fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 473-480 (2011).

Lesicko, Christine K. Note. Attempting to (de)regulate genetically modified crops: the Supreme Court overrules the injunction denying deregulation of Roundup Ready Alfalfa. (Monsanto v. Geertson Seed Farms, 130 S. Ct. 2743, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 351-377 (2011).

Rivero Gilbert, Jesica. Assessing the risks and benefits of hydraulic fracturing. 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 169-208 (2011).

Blévin, Marie. The clean development mechanism and the poverty issue. 41 Envtl. L. 777-803 (2011).

Ibrahim, Abadir M. The Nile Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement: the beginning of the end of Egyptian hydro-political hegemony. 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 282-313 (2011).

Kazhdan, Daniel. Note. Precautionary pulp: Pulp Mills and the evolving dispute between international tribunals over the reach of the precautionary principle. (Pulp Mills on the River Uruguay (Argentina v. Uruguay), 2010, http://www.icj-cij.org/docket/files/135/15877.pdf.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 527-552 (2011).

von Lehe, Art. Cities, climates and COPs. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 217-229 (2010/2011).

Bejesky, Robert. Geopolitics, oil law reform, and commodity market expectations. 63 Okla. L. Rev. 193-277 (2011).

Ramia, Stephanie. Note. Smart growth: the toolbox for addressing sprawling development in coastal South Carolina. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 173-215 (2010/2011).

Sawers, Brian. The right to exclude from unimproved land. 83 Temp. L. Rev. 665-696 (2011).

Richards, Rebecca K. Note. Deepwater oil rigs in the exclusive economic zone and the uncertainty of coastal state jurisdiction. 10 J. Int’l Bus. & L. 387-411 (2011).

Axtell, Sarah. Note. Reframing the judicial approach to injunctive relief for environmental plaintiffs in ... (Monsanto Co. v. Geertson Seed Farms, 130 S. Ct. 2743, 2010.) 38 Ecology L.Q. 317-340 (2011).

Strifling, David A. Environmental federalism and effective regulation of nanotechnology. 2010 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1129-1175.

Tisler, Tiffany N. Comment. Federal environmental law waivers and homeland security: assessing waiver application in homeland security settings at the southern border in comparison to national security settings involving the military. 42 U. Tol. L. Rev. 777-802 (2011).

Baehr-Jones, Vanessa and Christina Cheung. Student article. An exercise of sovereignty: attaining attainment for Indian tribes under the Clean Air Act. 34 Environs 189-230 (2011).

IACHR Report on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples’ Rights Over Their Ancestral Lands and Natural Resources: Norms and Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Human Rights System. Introduction by Taiawagi Helton; report by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 257-496 (2010-2011).

Midler, Aaron H. Note. The spirit of NAGPRA: the native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and the regulation of culturally unidentifiable remains. 86 Chi.-Kent. L. Rev. 1331-1361 (2011).

Shutler, Nolan. Student chapter. Taking the bitter with the sweet: Wenatchi fishing rights. (United States v. Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation, 606 F.3d 698, 2010.) 41 Envtl. L. 987-1026 (2011).

Annual Review of Environmental and Natural Resources Law. Foreword by Robert Infelise and Eric Biber; notes by Nell Green Nylen, Megan McQueeney, Sarah Axtell, Leah Rindner, Stephanie Brauer, Maya Waldron, Alex Arensberg, Meredith Wilensky, Emily Sangi and Daniel Kazhdan. 38 Ecology L.Q. 233-552 (2011).

Daigle, Melissa Trosclair. The value of a pelican: an overview of the Natural Resource Damage Assessment under federal and Louisiana law. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 253-268 (2011).

Salter, Trevor. NEPA and renewable energy: realizing the most environmental benefit in the quickest time. 34 Environs 173-187 (2011).

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill: Impacts, Responses, and Prevention. Introduction by Charles H. Norchi, articles by Melissa Trosclair Daigle, Andrew Hartsig, Nicholas J. Lund, Niki L. Pace, Russell V. Randle, Catherine Kilduff, Jaclyn Lopez, Todd J. Griset, Alan B. Sielen, Ashley McCrea-Strub and Daniel Pauly. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 245-480 (2011).

Hartsig, Andrew. Shortcomings and solutions: reforming the Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas framework in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon disaster. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 269-325 (2011).

Hoang, Yen P. Note. Assessing environmental damages after oil spill disasters: how courts should construe the rebuttable presumption under the Oil Pollution Act. 96 Cornell L. Rev. 1469-1501 (2011).

Kilduff, Catherine and Jaclyn Lopez. Dispersants: the lesser of two evils or a cure worse than the disease? 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 375-394 (2011).

Lund, Nicholas J. and Niki L. Pace. Deepwater Horizon natural resource damages assessment: where does the money go? 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 327-353 (2011).

Norchi, Charles H. Introduction: The Deepwater Horizon incident. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 245-251 (2011).

Randle, Russell V. Spills of national significance and state nullification. 16 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 355-374 (2011).

Shreve, Lewis Robert. Student article. Lessons from Exxon-Valdez: employing market forces to minimize the psychological impact on oil spill plaintiffs. 35 Law & Psychol. Rev. 239-255 (2011).

Scaief, Lindsay K. Comment. Upping the ante in the oil industry: why unlimited liability for oil companies will deal America a bad beat. 43 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 1319-1353 (2011).

Appel, Peter A. Wilderness, the courts, and the effect of politics on judicial decisionmaking. 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 275-312 (2011).

Iguchi, Jamie. Student article. Improving the Improvement Act: climate change management in the National Wildlife Refuge System. 34 Environs 247-269 (2011).

Kilbert, Nathan. Case comment. (Howmet Corp. v. EPA, 614 F.3d 544, 2010.) 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 555-566 (2011).

Wiseman, Hannah. Expanding regional renewable governance. 35 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 477-540 (2011).

Brand, Anna Livia and Stephen D. Villavaso. Revisiting Palermo: the twentieth anniversary of Louisiana’s landmark land use rights and zoning decision and its legacy for planning in Louisiana. 57 Loy. L. Rev. 113-133 (2011).

Buckner, Kathryn M. Note. Protective tool or legal loophole? Examining the legal status of environmental covenants in South Carolina. 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 231-269 (2010/2011).

Conley, John M. and Cynthia A. Williams. Global banks as global sustainability regulators?: the Equator Principles. 33 Law & Pol’y 542-575 (2011).

Meystedt, Rachel S. Note. Stop the Beach Renourishment: why judicial takings may have meant taking a little too much. (Stop the Beach Renourishment, Inc. v. Fla. Dept. of Envtl. Prot., 130 S. Ct. 2592, 2010.) 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 378-396 (2011).

Birdsong, Bret C. Mapping the human right to water on the Colorado River. 48 Willamette L. Rev. 117-146 (2011).

Browning, Jordan. Student article. Unearthing subterranean water rights: the Environmental Law Foundation’s efforts to extend California’s public trust doctrine. 34 Environs 231-246 (2011).

Giles, Morgan. Comment. A call to action: expanding public access to Ohio’s navigable rivers and streams. 39 Cap. U. L. Rev. 993-1025 (2011).

Kalo, Joseph J. “It’s navigable in fact so I can fish in it”: the public right to use man-made, navigable-in-fact waters of coastal North Carolina. 89 N.C. L. Rev. 2095-2118 (2011).

Willamette University College of Law: Center for Sustainable Communities. Implementing the Human Right to Water in the West: Conference Report. 48 Willamette L. Rev. 1-115 (2011).

Drobot, Ann E. Transitioning to a sustainable energy economy: the call for national cooperative watershed planning. 41 Envtl. L. 707-775 (2011).

Kinsey, David N. The growth share approach to Mount Laurel housing obligations: origins, hijacking, and future. 63 Rutgers L. Rev. 867-878 (2011).

Kraham, Susan J. Right for a remedy: observations on the state constitutional underpinnings of the Mount Laurel doctrine. 63 Rutgers L. Rev. 835-848 (2011).

Mallach, Alan. The Mount Laurel doctrine and the uncertainties of social policy in a time of retrenchment. 63 Rutgers L. Rev. 849-866 (2011).

Schroetlin, Scott. Note. Hardship and the granting of zoning variances: a new test in light of ... (Rousseau v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 764 N.W.2d 130, 2009.) 89 Neb. L. Rev. 1171-1191 (2011).

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