Lakshman Guruswamy, Global Energy Poverty: The Relevance of Faith and Reason.
Catherine Janasie, Mississippi v. Tennessee: A Groundwater Case that Mistakenly Relies on Surface Water Doctrines.
Bradford C. Mank, Can Judges Use Due Process Concepts in Obergefell to Impose Judicial Regulation of Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change?: The Crucial Case of Juliana v. United States.
Leticia M. Diaz & Margaret R. Stewart, “Forever Chemicals”: Forever Altering the Legal Landscape.
Stacey Gordon Sterling, Out to Save the World: The Intersection of Animal Welfare Law, Environmental Law, and Respect for Fragile Ecosystems.
Mason E. Heidt & Joshua Wysor, Don’t Condemn My Creek: Using Eminent Domain to Satisfy Environmental Obligations.
SYMPOSIUM PANEL DISCUSSION
Jenny Howard, Amanda Garcia & Bart Kempf, Contemporary Issues in Environmental Law | October 4, 2019.
Austin Warehime, Death by Crosspollination: The Uncontrollable Natural Occurrence That Could Kill Organic Farming and the Legal Solutions to Save an Industry.
Emily Guthrie, Bomb Threats and Bag Checks: Model Legislation to Address Venue Safety and Liability.