Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation : Vol. 32 No. 1 (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, 2017-05-22)In the American West, the central fact of existence is the lack of water. California is embroiled in drought and the year 2014 was likely the state’s single worst drought year in approximately 1200 years. As climate change ...
Compulsory Vaccinations: Balancing the Equitable Reality of Police Power with Provider Assistance Through an Improved Informed Consent Process (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-05-22)This Comment addresses the constitutionality and viability of compulsory vaccination of adults and children in the United States.
(University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-05-22)This Article first examines the legal status of guts — the ephemeral streams of the U.S. Virgin Islands that typically flow only after rainfall — in the Virgin Islands within the Territory’s existing laws and legal precedents. ...
(University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-05-22)How do legal scholars currently think about environmental justice law? Could African American literature, and its sister, Native American orature, shape those thought patterns?
Custom-Made Conservation: Resource-Specific Conservation Easement Implementation Unpaves the Path of Tax Abuse (University of Oregon School of Law, 2017-05-22)This Article theorizes that, unlike the vast majority of conservation easements (CEs) managed by state and local land trusts for general conservation purposes, CEs administered to protect specific resources are far less ...