April 30, 2013
Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation announces student articles
Each year, the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation selects articles to be published in the following year’s issues (2013-14). In 2013, the articles of two staff editors were chosen, as well as one alternate.
The following student articles were selected:
Brian Hennes: Ninth Circuit Endorses Functional Approach to Determining Agency Action Under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act: Karuk Tribe of California v. United States Forest Service
Jaqueline Quarre: Defending Water Against a Fractured Body of Law: A Case Study of California's Monterey Shale Formation
Elizabeth Hope: A Lack of International Agreement over the Protection of Forests: How Nations Have Risen to the Challenge of Forest Management, as an alternate article.
The University of Oregon School of Law’s Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation is a student published journal that seeks to provide a national, unbiased forum for the discussion of new ideas and theories in public interest environmental and natural resource law.