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In Defense of Regulatory Peer Review
(Washington University Law Review, 2006)
The debate over application of peer review to the regulatory decisions of administrative agencies has heated up in the last year. Part of the larger and controversial sound science movement, mandating peer review for certain ...
Reconstructing the Wall of Virtue: Maxims for the Co-Evolution of Environmental Law and Environmental Science
(Environmental Law, 2007)
Much has been written lately in legal scholarship about the role of science in policy and the role of policy in science - and perhaps in no field of law has more been said about them than environmental law. Yet asking the ...
Farms and Ecosystem Services
Second in my series of articles on farming and environmental policy, this article examines farmland stewardship rhetoric in light of the reality of extensive agricultural exemptions from environmental regulation.
Manifesto for the Radical Middle
(Idaho Law Review, 2002)
This article advocates an active, concerted strategy for staking out the middle ground in environmental policy. The middle ground - the domain of "middle of the roaders" - has conventionally been defined by compromise, and ...
Prescribing the Right Dose of Peer Review for the Endangered Species Act
(Nebraska Law Review, 2004)
....what I examine here is whether scientific-style peer review, depending on how it is dosed out, could be counterproductive for environmental law.The use of peer review as a component of regulatory procedure has not ...
Past, Present, and Future Trends of the Endangered Species Act
(Public Land and Resources Law Review, 2004)
this article is designed to convince readers that the past, present, and future trends of the ESA are all the same. To provide context, Part I presents a brief overview of the structure of the statute and the kinds of ...
Three Questions for Agriculture About the Environment
(Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law, 2002)
This article is the third in my series studying agriculture and environmental law. It asks why agriculture has not evolved toward more environmentally responsible behavior and points to possible "green" solutions that will ...
Endangered Species Act Innovations in the Post-Babbittonian Era--Are There Any?
(Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, 2004)
One of the mysteries of environmental policy in the Bush Administration will be how and why it squandered an opportunity to continue market-based administrative reforms of the Endangered Species Act begun, ironically, in ...
The False Promise of the "New" NonDelegation Doctrine
(Notre Dame Law Review, 2000)
This essay responds to claims that the "new" nondelegation doctrine, applied by D.C. Circuit Judge Stephen Williams in "American Trucking Association, Inc. v. EPA", 175 F.3d 1027 (D.C. Cir. 1999), advances the rule of law. ...
Making Nuisance Ecological
(Case Western Reserve Law Review, 2008)
Common law nuisance doctrine has the reputation of having provided much of the strength and content of environmental law prior to the rise of federal statutory regimes in the 1970s, but since then has taken a back seat to ...