Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation : Vol. 31 No. 2 (2016)
The Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation (JELL), has provided a national, unbiased forum for the discussion and presentation of new ideas and theories in environmental and natural resources law since 1985. JELL educates students for careers in environmental law, disseminates important information to the environmental community, and plays an integral role at the University of Oregon Law School's nationally and internationally recognized environmental law program. A print copy of this title is available through the UO Libraries under the call number: LAW LIB. K 10 .O425
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(University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-07-11)Tribes have a tremendous amount of groundwater rights that have yet to be quantified under the doctrine of federal reserved water rights. Asserting tribal water rights may not have been necessary in the past, but now as ...
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Desalination: An Additional Water Source for Southern California’s Water Crisis and an Unsustainable 1944 U.S.-Mexico Water Treaty (University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-07-11)The condition of Southern California’s water is deceptive. Water in the region appears abundant, from the seemingly unlimited supply to the miles of lush greenery. The region has suffered, however, from prolonged drought ...
(University of Oregon School of Law, 2016-07-11)This Article focuses on a different, and often overlooked, impact of drought—its influence on the electricity sector. The connection between water and energy is well-established, and the literature on the topic is growing ...