April 14, 2008
Oregon Professor Hari Osofsky Receives Daniel B. Luten Award
Oregon Professor Hari Osofsky recently received the Daniel B. Luten Award for the article “The Geography of Climate Change Litigation Part II: Narratives of Massachusetts v. EPA,” which came out this spring in the Chicago Journal of International Law.
Sponsored by the Energy and Environment Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers, the Daniel B. Luten award is presented annually for the best paper by a professional geographer.
Osofsky’s primary areas of expertise include climate change litigation, law and geography. Her publications on climate change litigation and environmental law have been featured in the Yale Journal of International Law, Stanford Environmental Law Journal, Washington University Law Quarterly, Chicago Journal of International Law, and the Stanford Journal of International Law. Professor Osofsky has also worked as a Fellow in environmental justice advocacy and international environmental rights at the Center for the Law in the Public Interest and the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs.