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Books


  • Eric Biber, Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of Problems and Cases (4th ed. forthcoming 2018)
  • Daniel Farber, Estudos Aprofundados em Direito Dos Comparadas (Curtiba, Brazil: Editora Prismus 2017)
  • Eric Biber, Regulating Business Innovation As Policy Disruption: From the Model T to Airbnb¸ VAND. L. REV. (forthcoming 2017)
  • Eric Biber, Law in the Anthropocene Epoch, 106 GEO. L.J (forthcoming 2017)
  • Eric Biber, Wildlife Law: Cases and Materials (3rd ed. 2017) (with Dale Goble, Eric Freyfogle, Fred Cheever, and Annecoos Wiersema)
  • Daniel Farber & Marjan Peeters (eds), Climate Change Law (Edward Elger, 2016).
  • Ethan Elkind, Railtown: The Fight for L.A.’s Metro Rail System and the Future of the City (U.C. Press, 2014).
  • Rachel Stern, Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence (2013)
  • Holly Doremus, Lin, and Rosenberg, Environmental Policy Law: Problems, Cases, and Readings, 6th ed. (Foundation Press, 2012).
  • Daniel Farber, Environmental Law in a Nutshell (8th ed. 2010).
  • Daniel Farber and Michael Fauré, Disaster Law (2010) (edited reader).
  • Cymie Payne and Peter S. Sand, Environmental Restitution, Volume 2 of Designing Compensation After Upheaval (Chapter 1: Overview; Chapter 6: Oversight of Environmental Restoration) (2010).
  • Daniel Farber et al., Disaster Law and Policy (2d ed. 2009).
  • Daniel Farber, Jody Freeman and Ann Carlson, Cases and Materials on Environmental Law (8th ed. 2009).
  • Holly Doremus et al., Environmental Policy Law: Problems Cases and Readings (5th ed. 2008).
  • Holly Doremus and Dan Tarlock: Water War in the Klamath Basin: Macho Law, Combat Biology, and Dirty Politics (2008).


Journal Articles, Book Chapters & Other Writings


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2011

  • Daniel Farber, A Fatal Loss of Balance: Dred Scott Revisited, 39 Pepperdine Law Review 13 (2011).
  • Daniel Farber, Symposium Introduction: Navigating the Intersection of Environmental Law and Disaster Law, 2011 BYU Law Review 1783 (2011).
  • Daniel Farber, Issues of Scale in Climate Governance, in Dryzek, Norgaard, and Schlosberg, Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society (2011).
  • Daniel Farber, Clean Technology: Challenges for the Legal System and Legal Education (Korea Legislation Research Inst. 2011) (monograph in English and Korean translation).
  • Daniel Farber, State Climate-Change Regulation: Will It Survive the Federal Challenge?, in Schlager, Engel and Rider, Navigating Climate Change Policy (2011).
  • Holly Doremus, Climate Change and the Evolution of Property Rights, 1 U.C. Irvine Law Review 1091-1123 (2011).
  • Holly Doremus, Through Another’s Eyes: Getting the Benefit of Outside Perspectives in Environmental Review, 38 Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review 245-278 (2011).
  • Holly Doremus, Adaptive Management as an Information Problem, 89 North Carolina Law Review 1455-1498 (2011).
  • Rachel Stern, From Dispute to Decision: Suing Polluters in China, The China Quarterly (2011)
  • Daniel Farber, The Challenge of Climate Change Adaptation: Learning from National Planning Efforts in Britain, China, and the USA, in the Journal of Environmental Law 2011; doi: 10.1093/jel/eqr015
  • David Caron, Climate Change and Arctic Governance: Three Images of a Changing Arctic, in The World Ocean in Globalization: Challenges and Responses 155-164 (with Davor Vidas and Peter Johan Schei, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2011).
  • David Caron, Negotiating Our Future with the Oceans, in A Planet for Life 2011 – Oceans: The New Frontier 25-34 (with Pierre Jacquet, Rajendra K. Pachauri and Laurence Tubiana, eds., 2011)
  • David Caron, The Profound Significance of the UNCC for the Environment, in Gulf War Reparations and the UN Compensation Commission: Environmental Liability 265- 275 (with Cymie R. Payne and Peter H. Sand, eds., Oxford University Press, 2011).
  • Daniel Farber, A Typical Day in Environmental Suits, in the Environmental Forum (2011).  Also can be found at www.eli.org.
  • Harry N. Scheiber, Taking Legal Realism Offshore: The Contributions of Joseph Walter Bingham to American Jurisprudence and the Reform of Modern Ocean Law, in Law, Society, and History, ed. R.W. Gordon and M. J. Horwitz (NY: Cambridge University Press, 2011), pp. 337-363.
  • Steven Weissman, Effective Renewable Energy Policy: Leave it to the States? 3 San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law. 345 (2011)

2010

  • Holly Doremus, Adapting to Climate Change Through Law that Bends Without Breaking, 2 San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law 45-84 (2010).
  • Holly Doremus, The Persistent Problem of Standing in Environmental Law, 40 Environmental Law Reporter 10956-57 (2010).
  • Holly Doremus, The Endangered Species Act: Static Law Meets Dynamic World, 32 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 175-235 (2010).
  • Holly Doremus, Camacho, McLachlan, & Minteer, Reassessing Conservation Goals in a Changing Climate, Issues in Science and Technology, (Summer 2010), 21-26.
  • Rachel Stern, On the Frontlines: Making Decisions in Chinese Civil Environmental Lawsuits, Law & Policy (2010)
  • Michelle Wilde Anderson, Mapped Out of Local Democracy, 62 Stanford Law Review 931 (2010).
  • Eric Biber, Officious Intermeddlers or Citizen Experts? Petitions and Public Production of Information in Environmental Law, 58 UCLA Law Review (2010) (with Berry Brosi).
  • David Caron, Introductory Remarks: New Challenges — Environmental Marine Environments and Biodiversity, in Changes in the Arctic Environment and the Law of the Sea 319-322 (with Myron H. Nordquist, Tomas H. Heidar and John Norton Moore, eds., 2010).
  • David Caron, The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Impacts, Observations and the Agenda Ahead, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 515-534 (with Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2010).
  • David Caron, The Law of the Sea, 2 The International Encyclopedia of Peace 603-605 (Oxford University Press, Nigel Young ed., 2010).
  • Holly Doremus, Lots of Science, Not Much Law: Why Knowledge Has Not (Yet) Been Power Over Greenhouse Gas Emissions, in William H. Rodgers & Michael Robinson-Dorn, eds., Global Warming: A Reader (Carolina Academic Press, 2010).
  • Holly Doremus, Water Law 103: Water Federalism, Part 2, ABA 29th Annual Water Law Conference (2010).
  • Holly Doremus (with Alejandro Camacho, Jason S. McLachlan & Ben A. Minteer), Reassessing Conservation Goals in a Changing Climate, Issues in Science and Technology (2010).
  • Holly Doremus and Michael Hanemann, The Clean Air Act as a Template for Climate Change Legislation, in Edella Schlager et al., eds., Climate Change and Federalism (University of Arizona Press, forthcoming 2010).
  • Holly Doremus and Bob Infelise, Foreword to the Annual Review, 37 Ecology Law Quarterly (2010).
  • Daniel Farber, Issues of Scale in Climate Governance, in Richard Norgaard and David Schlosberg, Oxford Handbook on Climate Change and Society (2010).
  • Daniel Farber, Lessons from the UNCC for Climate Compensation, in Cymie Payne and Peter S. Sand, Environmental Restitution, Volume 2 Of Designing Compensation After Upheaval (2010).
  • Daniel Farber, Uncertainty (Georgia Law Journal, 2010).
  • Cymie Payne, Pulp Mills on the River Uruguay: The International Court of Justice Recognizes Environmental Impact Assessment as a Duty under International Law, 14:9 American Society of International Law Insights (2010).
  • Joe Sax, The Accretion/Avulsion Puzzle: Its Past Revealed, Its Future Proposed, 23 Tulane Environmental Law Journal. 305 (Summer 2010).
  • Joe Sax, Some Unorthodox Thoughts About Rising Sea Levels, Beach Erosion and  Property Rights, 11 Vermont Journal of Environmental Law 641 (Spring 2010).
  • Joe Sax, Ownership, Property and Sustainability, The Wallace Stegner Lecture, University of Utah (2010) [to be published as a monograph by the University of Utah Press].
  • Joe Sax, Land Use Regulation: Time to Think About Fairness,  Natural Resources Journal (2010).
  • Harry Scheiber, Fisheries Policy and the Problem of Instituting Sustainable Management: The Case of Occupied Japan, in Strengthening Post-Conflict Peace-Building Through Natural Resources  Management  (United Nations Environmental Program Project joint project with the Environmental Law Institute). (with Benjamin Jones) (2010).
  • Harry Scheiber, Economic Uses of the Oceans: Past Trends and the Challenges Ahead, in David Vidas (ed.), The World Ocean in Globalization (2010),
  • Harry Scheiber, Legalism, Geopolitics, and Morality — Perspectives from Law and History on War Guilt and the Dokdo Maritime Boundary Controversy, in Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee (eds.), Dokdo: Historical Appraisal and International Justice (2010).
  • Steven Weissman, The California Public Utility Commission’s Pilot Program to Explore the Nexus of Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation, 22 Pacific McGeorge Global Business and Development Law Journal 257 (2010).

2009

  • Michelle Anderson, Between State and Local Government: A Response to Professor Reynolds, 86 Denver University Law Review 1303 (2009).
  • Holly Doremus and Robert Infelise, Foreword to 2009 Annual Review of Environmental and Natural Resource Law, 36 Ecology Law Quarterly 201 (2009).
  • Eric Biber, Restoring Public Trust in the Public Lands: An Agenda for the New Administration, 36 Ecology Law Currents 159 (2009) (online version of Ecology Law Quarterly) (with Holly Doremus, Daniel Farber, Rick Frank, and Joe Sax).
  • Eric Biber, Climate Change, Causation, and Delayed Harm, 37 Hofstra Law Review. 975 (2009).
  • Eric Biber, Statistical Inference, Type II Error, and Decision-Making Under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, 7 Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 487 (2009) (with Berry Brosi).
  • Eric Biber, Stopping the Conversation: Amended ESA Section 7 Regulations Put Species At Risk, 36 Ecology Law Currents 139 (2009) (online version of Ecology Law Quarterly/)/(with Cynthia Drew).
  • Eric Biber, Too Many Things to Do: How to Deal with the Dysfunctions of Multiple-Goal Agencies, 33 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1 (2009).
  • Eric Biber, Ripeness and Standing in Environmental Law, American Bar Association Section on Environment, Energy, and Resources Constitutional Law Committee Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 2 (June 2009) (with Amanda Leiter).
  • David Caron, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and the Coming Uncertainty in Oceanic Boundaries: A Proposal to Avoid Conflict, Maritime Boundary Disputes, Settlement Processes, and the Law of the Sea 1-17 (with Seoung-Yong Hong and Jon M. Van Dyke, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009).
  • David Caron, Assessing the Impact of the Nuclear Age on the Oceans and Its Legal Regime, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 3-15 (David D. Caron & Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009)(coauthored with Harry N. Scheiber).
  • David Caron, The Law of the Sea, in The International Encyclopedia of Peace (Oxford University Press, 2009).
  • David Caron, The Law and Politics of a Changing Arctic: Three Images and The Agendas They Suggest, forthcoming in The World Ocean in Globalization: Challenges and Responses (Davor Vidas and Peter Johan Schei, eds, Martinus Nijhof, 2009).
  • David Caron, The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Impacts, Observations and the Agenda Ahead, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 515-534 (David D. Caron & Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009).
  • Holly Doremus, Book Review: Large-Scale Ecosystem Restoration: Five Case Studies from the United States, in Mary Doyle and Cynthia A. Drew, eds., 27 Ecological Restoration 227-228 (2009).
  • Holly Doremus, CALFED and the Quest for Optimal Institutional Fragmentation, 12 Environmental Science and Policy 729 (2009).
  • Holly Doremus, A Challenge for the Obama Team: Put Science and Federal Scientists to Better Use, 36 Ecology Law Currents 151 (2009).
  • Daniel Farber, Adaptation Planning and Climate Impact Assessments: Learning from NEPA’s Flaws, 39 Environmental Law Reporter 10605 (2009).
  • Daniel Farber, The Birth of U.S. Climate Law, Comparative Law Journal [Thailand] 1 (Aug. 2009).
  • Daniel Farber, Review Essay: Rethinking the Role of Cost-Benefit Analysis, 76 University of Chicago Law Review 1355 (2009).
  • Daniel Farber, The Monsanto Lecture in Tort Law — Tort Law in the Era of Climate Change, Katrina, and 9/11: Exploring Liability for Extraordinary Risks, 43 Valparaiso University Law Review 1075 (2009).
  • Daniel Farber, Compensation for Victims of Climate Change, Jurist (# 1392, Feb. 2, 2009) (in Japanese translation)
  • Cymie Payne, Balancing the Risks: Choosing Climate Alternatives, Iop Conf. Ser.: Earth Environmental Science. 8 (2009).
  • Cymie  Payne, Local Meets Global: The Low Carbon Fuel Standard and the WTO, 34 North Carolina Law Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 891 (2009).
  • Cymie Payne, State of Play: Changing the Climate in Copenhagen, 13 American Society of International Law. Insights (2009).
  • Joe Sax, Env. Law in vol. 1, Encyclopedia of Environmental. Ethics and Philosophy (J.Baird Callicott & Robert Frodeman, eds. in chief, 2009).
  • Joe Sax, Our Precious Water Resources: Learning from the Past, Securing the Future, in Trevor Daya-Winterbottom, ed., Resource Management Theory & Practice (Resource Management Law Ass’n of New Zealand, Inc., 2009).
  • Joe Sax, The Property Rights Sweepstakes: Has Anyone Held The Winning Ticket?, 34 Vermont Law Review 137 (2009).
  • Harry N. Scheiber, Assessing the Impact of the Nuclear Age on the Oceans and Its Legal Regime, in The Oceans in the Nuclear Age: Legacies and Risks 3-15 (David D. Caron & Harry N. Scheiber, eds., Martinus Nijhof, 2009)(coauthored with David D. Caron).
  • Harry Scheiber, Frontier Issues in Ocean Law (symposium organizer and co-editor) in Issues In Legal Scholarship, Vol. 8. (Berkeley Electronic Press, 2009).
  • Harry Scheiber, Introduction: Perspectives on the History of the United States Non-Ratification of the Law of the Sea Convention, Publicist, vol 1, 2009.
  • Harry Scheiber, Japanese Policies, Ocean Law, and the Tuna Fisheries, Chapter 17 in Dale Squires et al., eds. Conservation and Management of International Tuna Fisheries, Wiley-Blackwell (2009) (with K. Mengerink and Yannhuei Song).
  • ]=’Harry Scheiber, Law of the Sea Symposium  (editor), Publicist (Berkeley Journal Of International Law Publication), vol. 1 (2009).

2008

  • Michelle Wilde Anderson, Cities Inside Out: Race, Poverty, and Exclusion at the Urban Fringe, 55 UCLA Law Review. 1095 (2008).
  • Eric Biber, Climate Change and Backlash, 17 NYU Environmental Law Journal (2008).
  • Eric Biber, The Importance of Resource Allocation in Administrative Law, 60 Administrative Law Review 1 (2008).
  • Eric Biber,Two Sides of the Same Coin: Judicial Review under Sections 706(1) and 706(2) of the Administrative Procedure Act, 26 Virginia Environmental Law Review 461 (2008).
  • David Caron, Politics, Law and Three Images of the Arctic, Proceedings,  102th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 151-160 (2008).
  • David Caron, Politics, Law and Three Images of the Arctic, Proceedings, 102th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 151-160 (2008).
  • Holly Doremus, The Endangered Species Act: Static Law Meets Dynamic World, 32 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy (forthcoming).
  • Holly Doremus, Scientific and Political Integrity in Environmental Policy, 87 Texas Law Review 1601 (2008).
  • Holly Doremus and Michael Hanemann, Of Babies and Bathwater: Why the Clean Air Act’s Cooperative Federalism Framework Is Useful for Addressing Global Warming, 50 Arizona Law Review 799 (2008).
  • Daniel Farber, Five Lessons from the REACH Directive, in Law Research Institute, EU Law and East Asia in the Age of Globalization: Agenda for the Future 173 (2008) (in English and in Korean translation).
  • Daniel Farber, Climate Change, Federalism, and the Constitution, 40 Arizona Law Review 879 (2008).
  • Daniel Farber, Apportioning Climate Change Costs, 26 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy 21 (2007/2008).
  • Daniel Farber, California Leadership in American Environmental Law, 6 Studies Cultural Symbiotics (Okayama, Japan) 1 (2008) (Japanese translation by Yuichiro Tsuji).
  • Joe Sax, Environmental Law Forty Years Later: Looking Back and Looking Ahead,  IUCN 3rd Colloquium Lectures, Sydney,  in  Michael I. Jeffery, Jeremy Firestone, Karen Bubna-Litich, eds., Biodiversity Conservation, Law + Livelihoods: Bridging the North-South Divide (2008).
  • Rachel Stern, Studying Contention in Contemporary China (with Kevin J. O’Brien) , Popular Protest in China (Harvard University Press) (2008)

2007

  • Daniel Farber, Basic Compensation for Victims of Climate Change, 155 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1605 (2007) (reprinted 2008-2009 Land Use and Environmental Law Review 415).
  • Daniel Farber, Confronting Uncertainty Under NEPA, Issues in Legal Scholarship, Vol. 8: Iss. 3, available at http://www.bepress.co9m/ils/vol8/iss3/arrt3.
  • Harry Scheiber, Ocean Tuna Fisheries, East Asian Rivalries, and International Regulation:  Japanese Policies and the Overcapacity/IUU Fishing Conundrum, 30 Hawaii Law Review (2007) (published Summer 2008)  (with Kathryn J. Mengerink,and Yannhuei Song)
  • Harry Scheiber, The United States and the 1982 Law of the Sea Treaty (co-author David D. Caron), American Society For International Law, Insights, vol. 11, issue 16 (June 11, 2007) http://www.asil.org/insights070611.cfm

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