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May 22, 2012

ENR Announces 2012-13 Fellows

The Environmental and Natural Resources Law program (ENR) recently announced its Fellows for the 2012-13 academic year. Each year, first-year law students are given the opportunity to serve as ENR Fellows under the Dean’s Environmental Law Fellowship and the Chapin Clark Fellowship. The fellowships are for first-year students who wish to focus their law studies on environmental and natural resources.

A record number of applicants applied for the ENR Fellows program. The following students have been appointed ENR Fellows for the next academic year:

Conservation Trust Project:
Elizabeth Berg
Robin Meacher

Energy Law & Policy Project:
Jason Nelson-Elting, Bowerman Fellow (Research Project: Energy and Taxes)*
Elena Domingo
Taylor Enger
Rebecca Rushton

Food Resiliency Project:
Nate Bellinger, Bowerman Fellow (Research Project: Food as an International Legal Concept)*

Global Environmental Democracy Project:
Ashley Carter, Dean’s Distinguished Environmental Law Fellow (First-year Law Student)*
Gordon Levitt, Dean’s Distinguished Environmental Law Fellow (First-year Law Student)*
Andrew Narus, Bowerman Fellow (Research Project: Campaign Finance Reform in Oregon)*
Adam Walters

Native Environmental Sovereignty Project:
Joe Bushyhead
Amanda Rogerson
Margaret Townsend

Oceans, Coasts and Watersheds Project:
Katie Cummings, Bowerman Fellow (Research Project: Water as a Property Interest)*
Malia Losordo, Chapin Clark Fellow (First-year Law Student)*
Kristina Schmunk, Dean’s Distinguished Environmental Law Fellow (First-year Law Student)*
Alyssa Englebrecht
Michael Kinsey

Sustainable Land Use Project:
Jessica Bloomfield, David Brower Fellow (Research Project: Highway Projects and Their Alternatives Under NEPA)*
KC McFerson
Bay Toft-Dupuy

ENR/ADR Fellow in ECR:
Aileen Carlos

*funded ENR Fellowships

The Environmental and Natural Resources Law program at the University of Oregon School of Law focuses on public interest environmental law and a commitment to cutting-edge innovations in environmental legal education. These priorities have made it one of the nation’s oldest and most respected programs. For more than forty years, ENR has pioneered the creation of legal curriculum, taught by some of the nation’s leading environmental law scholars, that exposes students to emerging theory and proven legal approaches for addressing some of today’s most difficult environmental issues. Part of a world-class research institution that has significant environmental studies programs, ENR is a U.S.News & World Report top ten-ranked program for nine years running.

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