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.

Are There Really Plenty of Fish in the Sea? The World Trade Organization's Presence Is Effectively Frustrating the International Community's Attempts to Conserve the Chilean Sea Bass, 50 Emory L.J. 939 (2001)
LeRoy C. Paddock, Beyond Deterrence: Compliance and Enforcement in the Context of Sustainable Development, 42 ELR 10622 (2012)
The Great, Global Promise of Genetically Modified Organisms: Overcoming Fear, Misconceptions, and the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, 9 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 283 (2001)
Mark Squillace, The Water Marketing Solution, 42 ELR 10800 (2012)
Using Justice as Fairness in Reducing Global Greenhouse Emissions, 16 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 331 (2001)
Lynn L. Bergeson, Comment on Regulating Industrial Chemicals: Lessons for U.S. Lawmakers From the European Union’s REACH Program, 42 ELR 11066 (2012)
Water Export Restrictions: A Case Study of WTO Dispute Settlement Strategies and Outcomes, 15 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 247 (2003)
E. Donald Elliott, Why the United States Does Not Have a Renewable Energy Policy, 43 ELR 10095 (2013)
The International Conservation Mandate of the U.S. Government, 11 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 372 (2003)
Judith Lee and Robert Cunningham, Demystifying NEPA to Speed the Review and Permitting of Energy Generation and Transmission and Other Projects and Programs, 43 ELR 10331 (2013)