Fellows explore innovative law and policy to promote a green energy future.
- State Authority to Implement the Clean Air Act's International Air Pollution Provision
- Greg Dotson. Addressing Leakage in a Section 115 World, in COMBATING CLIMATE CHANGE WITH SECTION 115 OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT (Michael Burger ed. 2020) (forthcoming 2020).
- Greg Dotson, State Authority to Regulate Mobile Source Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Part 2: A Legislative and Statutory History Assessment, Georgetown Environmental Law Review (forthcoming 2020).
- Deborah Mailander, Finding the Nexus between Climate Action and Good Jobs
- Greg Dotson, State Authority to Regulate Mobile Source Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Part 1: History and Current Challenge, 49 Environmental Law Reporter 11037 (2019).
- Greg Dotson, Comment: Petition for Declaratory Order by New England Ratepayers Association, Docket No. EL20-42-000
- Greg Dotson, Deb Mailander, Tom Housel, Mari Galloway, and Alexandria Roullier, University of Oregon Law Students, JD expected May 2020, Policy Options for Attaching Labor Standards to Employment in the Clean Energy Technology Sector
- Greg Dotson, Comment: Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule
- Greg Dotson, The Carbon Tax Vote You've Never Heard of and What It Portends
Mathew Bain - 3L- Bowerman Fellow
Mathew is a third-year law student looking forward to his third year with the Energy Law and Policy Project. He majored in Environmental Science at Montana State University, where he discovered a passion for both environmental and energy law. Mathew is enthusiastic about creating more sustainable and resilient communities. He aims to have a career focused on diverse legal issues that impact community health and wellbeing. In his free time, Mathew enjoys cooking, DIY projects, and hiking. Over the summer of 2021 he worked as a law clerk at the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Charles Lockwood- 3L - Bowerman Fellow
Charles Lockwood is a third-year law student with a growing passion for renewable and resilient energy. He attended the University of Florida, where he graduated with a BS in Environmental Science, and minors in Agricultural and Natural Resource Law and Policy, and Sustainability Studies. Immediately upon graduating, Charles moved across the United States to attend the University of Oregon School of Law. After living in six states, he realized he needed to develop a holistic view of approaches to environmental regulation and learn the intricacies of the relationships between Western and Tribal communities. In his free time, you can find Charles exploring various National Parks, in the hopes of visiting all 63 someday, playing tennis, and swimming in Oregon’s beautiful waters. Summer of 2021 he worked for the Public Utilities Commission and externed with the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts.