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An Empirical Assessment of Climate Change in the Courts: A New Jurisprudence or Business as Usual?
(Florida Law Review, 2012)
While legal scholarship seeking to assess the impact of litigation on the direction of climate change policy is abundant and growing in leaps and bounds, to date it has relied on and examined only small, isolated pieces ...
Gaming the Past: The Theory and Practice of Historic Baselines in the Administrative State
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2011)
This article explores in detail the attributes and operation of historic baselines. That historic baselines are found throughout regulatory law is no accident. Particularly when the policy goal involves turning back the ...
Climate Change Adaptation and the Structural Transformation of Environmental Law
(Environmental Law, 2010)
The path of environmental law has come to a cliff called climate change, and there is no turning around. As climate change policy dialogue emerged in the 1990s, however, the perceived urgency of attention to mitigation ...
Panarchy and the Law
(Ecology and Society, 2012)
Panarchy theory focuses on improving theories of change in natural and social systems to improve the design of policy responses. Its central thesis is that successfully working with the dynamic forces of complex adaptive ...
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2015)
Exit is a ubiquitous feature of life, whether breaking up in a marriage, dropping a college course, or pulling out of a venture capital investment. In fact, our exit options often determine whether and how we enter in the ...