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Free Trade, Fair Trade, and Selective Enforcement
(Columbia Law Review, 2018)
The 2016 presidential election was one of the most divisive in recent memory, but it produced a surprising bipartisan consensus. Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders all agreed that U.S. trade agreements should ...
The Permit Power Revisited
(Duke Law Journal, 2014)
Two decades ago, Professor Richard Epstein fired a shot at the administrative state that has gone largely unanswered in legal scholarship. His target was the “permit power,” under which legislatures prohibit a specified ...
Legal and Institutional Foundations of Adaptive Environmental Governance
(Ecology and Society, 2017)
Legal and institutional structures fundamentally shape opportunities for adaptive governance of environmental resources at multiple ecological and societal scales. Properties of adaptive governance are widely studied. ...
"Maladaptive" Federalism: The Structural Barriers to Coordination of State Sustainability Initiatives
(Case Western Law Review, 2014)
While the federal government has been slow to address problems such as climate change, many states have adopted innovative approaches to address the climate impact of using natural resources to produce energy, including ...