Fellows focus on public trust theory and private property tools such as conservation easements and trust acquisitions to achieve landscape conservation and protect natural resources.
- Anne Wolke, 3L Fellow, "Coastal Cultural Resources in the Age of Climate Change: Strengthening the Legal Framework for Historic Preservation," Oregon State of the Coast, October 29, 2021.
- Mary Wood, Keynote speech at the Ralph F. Fuchs Lecture, Indiana University, Maurer School of Law October 23, 2020.
- “Holding Producers Accountable for Natural Resource Damages: PCB, MTBE, PFAS, and Climate Liability as Guidance for Atmospheric Recovery Litigation,” Oregon Law Public Interest Environmental Law Conference on May 8, 2020.
- “On the Eve of Destruction”: Courts Confronting the Climate Emergency, Indiana Law Journal (forthcoming 2021)
- The Public Trust Doctrine in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Third Edition (Textbook) (with Michael C. Blumm) (Carolina Academic Press, 2020).
- Joseph Sax: The Public Trust in Environmental Law, chapter in Pioneers in Environmental Law (with Gerald Torres) (Twelve Table Press, 2020).
- “Restoring Democracy: Nature’s Trust, Human Survival, and Constitutional Fiduciary Governance,” a chapter in Democracy Unchained: How to Rebuild Government for the People, The New Press, 2020.
- Climate Change and the Public Trust Doctrine in Oregon: A Law Professors' Amicus Brief (July 16, 2019).
- Florida State University Law Review Rehearing: Debating the Fundamentals of the Fundamental Right to a Sustainable Environment, FSU Law Review. (2018).
CTP Fellows 2022-2023