Adell Amos: Publications
Law Review Publications
“Advancing Freshwater Conservation in the Context of Energy and Climate Policy: Assessing Progress and Identifying Challenges in the Western United States,” 12:1 Denver Water Law Review, Fall 2008. | Bepress | PDF |
“Hydropower Reform and the Impact of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 on the Klamath Basin: Renewed Optimism or Same Old Story?,” 22(1) Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation, Summer 2007. | SSRN | Bepress | PDF | Online |
Getches on water law in a nutshell, fifth edition, co-authored with Zellmer (under contract with West Academic Publishing).
“Freshwater Conservation: A Review of Oregon Water Law & Policy,” for The Nature Conservancy, August 2008 (available through the Nature Conservancy Office in Portland, Oregon). | PDF |
The Nature Conservancy and the ENR Center are pleased to announce the release of “Freshwater Conservation: A Review of Oregon Water Law & Policy,” a joint project between Adell Amos, Assistant Professor and Director of ENR, and Leslie Bach, The Nature Conservancy of Oregon. The report provides a legal and policy overview of Oregon water law from the perspective of freshwater conservation.
“Policy Agenda Connecting Energy, Climate, and Water: Working within the Prior Appropriation System,” International Municipal Lawyers Association, Published Conference Proceedings, September 2008.
“More Dam Process: Relicensing of Dams and the 2005 Energy Policy Act,” co-authored with Rick Eichstaedt and Rebecca Sherman, 50:6/7 The Advocate: Official Publication of the Idaho State Bar 33, June/July 2007. | SSRN | Bepress | PDF | Online |
“Environmental Law Teachers’ Perspectives on Preparing New Lawyers for Practice,” co-authored with Sean B. Hecht and Janice L. Weis, American Bar Association 36th Conference on Environmental Law Published Proceedings, Keystone, Colorado, March 8-11, 2007. Awarded a Certificate of Recognition for “Best Paper at 36th Annual Conference on Environmental Law.” | SSRN | Bepress | PDF | Online |
“Emerging Water Law Trends in the Eastern United States: Will the Eastern Story Differ from the Western Experience?” American Bar Association, Eastern Water Resources: Emerging Issues in Competition, Science & Politics, Published Proceedings, May 11, 2006. | Online |
“Measure 37 is Overturned” Invited Opinion Editorial, Oregonian, October 23, 2005.
“Ecosystem Management and the Role of Water Resources,” American Bar Association, Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Ecosystems Committee Newsletter, Volume 7, Issue 2 (March 2004). | SSRN | Bepress | PDF | Online |