Recent Journal Literature

"Recent Journal Literature" lists law review and other legal periodical articles, including ELR articles, that may be relevant to your research. Choose from a list of keywords (on the left) to filter your search. Within subject matter categories, entries are listed alphabetically by author or title. Links are included to articles published in ELR only.

State Energy Cartels, 42 Cardozo L. Rev. 2233 (2021)
Supplemental Environmental Projects’ Wild Ride Is a Call for Legislative Action to Protect a Valuable Negotiation Tool, 2021 J. Disp. Resol. 369 (2021)
The (Human) Rights of Nature: A Comparative Study of Emerging Legal Rights for Rivers and Lakes in the United States of America and Mexico, 31 Duke Env’t L. & Pol’y F. 327 (2021)
The Emerging Law of Outdoor Recreation on the Public Lands, 51 Env’t L. 89 (2021)
The Heart of Appalachia Is on Life Support: How West Virginia Can Revive Its Economy in a Post-Coal Era, 81 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 851 (2020)
The Implausibility Standard for Environmental Plaintiffs: The Twiqbal Plausibility Pleading Standard and Affirmative Defenses, 96 Wash. L. Rev. 1113 (2021)
The Little Colorado River Project: Is New Hydropower Development the Key to a Renewable Energy Future, or the Vestige of a Failed Past?, 32 Colo. Nat. Resources Energy & Env’t L. Rev. 41 (2021)
The Subdelegation Doctrine as a Legal Tool for Establishing Tribal Comanagement of Public Lands: Through the Lens of Bears Ears National Monument, 32 Colo. Nat. Resources Energy & Env’t L. Rev. 1 (2021)
Turning a Blind Eye to the Environment: Why Eliminating the Cumulative Effects Analysis Is Not Entitled to Chevron Deference, 73 Ala. L. Rev. 199 (2021)
What’s Mine Is Yours: An Analysis of the Federal Laws Used to Compensate the Navajo Nation and Remediate Abandoned Uranium Mines and Mills on the Reservation, 32 Colo. Nat. Resources Energy & Env’t L. Rev. 75 (2021)