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Ecosystem Services and Federal Public Lands: A Quiet Revolution in Natural Resources Management
(University of Colorado Law Review, 2020)
The major federal public land management agencies (the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Park Service, Fish & Wildlife Service, and Department of Defense) have increasingly adopted a language that did not exist ...
The Tale of the Fee Tail in Downton Abbey
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2015)
Under the fee tail arrangement at work in Downton Abbey, known as a fee tail male, possession of the property passes from the first grantee of the entailed estate, who (of course) is a male, to his lineal male heirs. ...
The "Background Principles" of Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services--Did Lucas Open Pandora's Box?
(Land Use & Environmental Law, 2007)
In his majority opinion in Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council, Justice Scalia established the relevant background principles of state property law as the reference point for testing whether public regulation or private ...
Does Congress Exist?
(Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law, 2014)
Prepared for Florida State’s conference on “Environmental Law without Congress,” this is a sometimes tongue-in-cheek history of the Endangered Species Act, suggesting it is an example of “environmental law deism” given ...