Faculty Publications

Don C. Smith

Lecturer and Director

Director, Environmental & Natural Resources Law & Policy Graduate Program

  • Energy and the Environment: An International Perspective (chapter) in forthcoming revised edition International Law & Policy for the 21st Century 2nd Ed. (V. Nanda and George “Rock” Pring, editors).
  • The Miraculous Dawn of the European Union, 60 Years Ago Today, Forbes.com, April 18, 2011.
  • Obama: Prospects for Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy Focus, January/February 2009, at 88.
  • Utilities: The Challenge of Integration, Renewable Energy Focus, January/February 2009, at 32.
  • WGA to Tackle US Transmission?, Renewable Energy Focus, March/April 2009, at 28.
  • Políticas de energía y cambio climático de los Estados Unidos al inicio de la administración Obama: Legislación, regulación o ambas, ” (“Energy and Climate Change Policies in the United States at the beginning of the Obama Administration: Legislation, Regulation, or Both) 19 Revista de Derecho Ambiental 257 (2009).
  • Opinion: Udall to Battle it out for Senate, Renewable Energy Focus, September/October 2007, at 20.
  • Commentary: Landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision puts U.S. on likely path to regulating greenhouse gas emissions, Utilities Policy 15 (2007) 215-222.
  • US public getting the message?, Renewable Energy Focus, July/August 2007, at 18.
  • Commentary: US Court changes the GHG landscape: To what extent could a recent US Supreme Court ruling affect environmental policy?, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, May/June 2007, at 12.
  • Commentary: Election to force US energy policy shift?, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, March/April 2007, at 26.
  • Hydrogen’s Silver Bullet?, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, January/February 2007, at 26.
  • California Solar Initiative: Increasing the Uptake of Solar Technologies in the U.S., Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2006, at 54.
  • Gulf Wind: Harnessing Offshore Wind Off the Coast of Texas, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, January/February 2006, at 33.
  • State Power: The Growing Uptake of RE Portfolio Standards in the U.S., Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, September/October 2006, at 49.
  • Judge David Edward Oral History, University of Denver Sturm College of Law (public release August 2006); with Edward, D http://www.law.du.edu/david_edward/.
  • 60 Years After V-E Day: Peace led to European Union, Perspective Section, THE DENVER POST, May 8, 2005.
  • Commentary: European Greens Face 'Good News' and 'Bad News', The Electricy Daily, MAY 31, 2005.
  • Commentary: Kyoto Enters Into Force Amid Embarrassing European Union Disagreement on Emissions Targets, The Electricy Daily, Feb. 19, 2005.
  • Enabling Renewable Energy: An Interview With Dan E. Arvizu, New Director of NREL, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2005, at 62.
  • RE Gains? The U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2005, at 45.
  • Solar Thermal Added Value: Renewable Energy Credits Derived From Solar Water Heating, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2005, at 44.
  • Teaching EU Law & Policy in an Online Setting, Hogan, J European Union Studies Association 9th Biennial Conference, April 1 2005, available at http://aei.pitt.edu/archive/00003091/01/2005_03_18_EUSA_Paper_Submitted.pdf (last checked Feb. 15, 2006).
  • Commentary: Climate for Change? SEC asked to require climate change risk warnings, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2004, at 18.
  • Commentary: EU Emissions Trading Scheme Could be Dicey, The Electricy Daily, JUNE 28, 2004.
  • Commentary: How Blair Will Back Nukes, The Electricy Daily, April 19, 2004.
  • Commentary: Is the European Union Getting the Wobbles on Kyoto?, The Electricy Daily, March 15, 2004.
  • Commentary: The 'Other' Terror Commission Reports on Threat from EMP Attack, The Electricy Daily, Aug. 19, 2004.
  • Commentary: The U.S. Presidential Election: Will Energy Policy Tip the Balance, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2004, at 20.
  • Commentary: US Climate Change Legislation, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2004, at 16.
  • Green Fuels: DynaMotive seeks to change fuels equation, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2004, at 20.
  • Greening the Piste, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2004, at 28.
  • Interview: Colorado Coalition for New Energy Technologies, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2004, at 54.
  • Ties to EU Worth Preserving, Bruegger, D., THE DENVER POST op-ed page, July 9, 2004.
  • Building Green: The University of Denver College of Law, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2003, at 62.
  • Commentary: Renewable Energy Potential Capacity in the U.S.: The Role of Renewables in the U.S. Energy Mix, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2003, at 14.
  • Commentary: World Peace and the US: Mid-term Election and U.S. Energy Policy, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2003, at 20.
  • GHG reduction in the US: The Chicago Climate Exchange, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2003, at 52.
  • Litigation Next Tactic to Force CO2 Cuts?, The Electricy Daily, July 21, 2003.
  • Poles Apart? EU-US Views of Energy Policy, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2003, at 22.
  • Power Cuts: Risks and alternatives to the current transmission system, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2003, at 22.
  • Renewable Energy at the heart of national security: Interview with Admiral Richard H. Truly, Director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, January/February 2003, at 54.
  • Socially responsible investment: Interview with Carsten Henningsen, Chairman of Progressive Investment, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, March/April 2003, at 54.
  • The Hydrogen Economy: The next great economic revolution? Interview with Jeremy Rifkin, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2003, at 66.
  • UK White Paper Classic Tony Blair 'Fudge, co-authored with Georgia, P., The Electricy Daily, March, 3, 2003.
  • US energy policies for a sustainable future: interview with Dr. Howard Geller, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2003, at 60.
  • WTO and the Environment, Book Review 31 DENVER JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY 521, Summer 2003.
  • America's 'Achilles Heel'?, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, July/August 2002, at 24.
  • Canada's Reaction to Climate Change: Worrying about the US, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, May/June 2002, at 68.
  • Financing Renewables, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2002, at 60.
  • Getting the Wished For, The Electricy Daily, June 24, 2002.
  • How EdF Harms all of Europe, The Electricy Daily, March 25, 2002.
  • Media Coverage of the Ozone-Layer Issue, in Canan, P PROTECTING THE OZONE LAYER: THE UNITED NATIONS HISTORY 290-322 (S.O. Anderson and K. Madhava Sarma, editors, Earthscan) 2002.
  • Science Considers Global Climate Change: No Longer Any Reasonable Disagreement, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2002, at 50.
  • Sustainable Development Policy Implementation in the European Union, and Fergusson, M AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NEWSLETTER, June 2002, pp. 12-15, available at http://www.abanet.org/environ/committees/climatechange/newsletter/june02/smith.html.
  • The European Union's Commitment to Sustainable Development: Is the Commitment Symbolic or Substantive in the Context of Transport Policy?, 13 Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 241-331 (summer 2002).
  • The National Renewable Energy Laboratory: The First 25 Years and the Future, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September/October 2002, at 54.
  • Why Johannesburg Summit Can't Work, The Electricy Daily, August 26, 2002.
  • Yankees Gone Home, The Electricy Daily, Nov.12, 2002.
  • Book Review, Spring 2002, 'Ahead of the Curve: Cases of Innovation in', (2002).
  • Book Review, Spring 2002, 'Cool Companies: How the Best Businesses Boost Profits and Productivity by Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions', 8 Corporate Environmental Strategy: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 105 (2002).
  • Book Review, Summer 2002, 'Environmental Policy in the European Union: Actors, Institutions, and Processes', 9 Corporate Environmental Strategy: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 318 (2002).
  • Environmental Management, 9 Corporate Environmental Strategy: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 103 (2002).
  • Renewables: A US Congressman’s View, Refocus: The International Renewable Energy Magazine, March/April 2002.
  • Bush must take European Union seriously, The Denver Business Journal, June 25, 2001, available at http://denver.bcentral.com/denver/stories/2001/06/25/editorial3.html (last checked Feb. 15, 2006).
  • Bush u-turn on renewables?, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, September 2001.
  • Climate Change: EU and US Perspectives on Policy and Implications for Business, Environmental Business Journal, Vol. 13 No. 7/8 October 2001.
  • Delivering Kyoto: Could Europe do it, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, November/December 2001.
  • European Union Vital for Colorado, The Denver Business Journal, April 23, 2001, available at http://denver.bcentral.com/denver/stories/2001/04/23/editorial3.html.
  • Viewpoint: Europe strikes out on its own, Refocus: The International Renwable Energy Magazine, June 2001.
  • Web Reviews, Autumn 2001,, 8 Corporate Environmental Strategy INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY 385 (2001).
  • Executive Briefing: Ken Collins, MEP, Chair of the European Parliament's Environment Committee, 6 Corporate Environmental Strategy 85 (1999).
  • Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life: New Theories of Recovery, in Abortion, Policy, and the Law 178-194 (J.D. Butler and D.F. Walbert eds., Facts on File Publishing Company) 1986.
  • Human Genetics and the Law, McInerney, J., THE AMERICAN BIOLOGY TEACHER October 1985, at 396.

Brad Bartlett

Fred Cheever

Professor

Susan Daggett

Lecturer & Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute

K.K. DuVivier

Professor

Jan G. Laitos

John A Carver, Jr. Professor of Law

  • Hornbook on Natural Resources Law (forthcoming) West Academic (2015).
  • Principles of Natural Resources Law, West Academic (with Zellmer) (2014).
  • The Problem of Amenity Migrants in North America and Europe, 45 The Urban Lawyer (2014).
  • Zombie Subdivisions in America and Ghost Developments in Europe: Lessons for Local Governments, co-authored with Rachel Martin, Denver Law Review Online (April 2014).
  • Law of Property Rights Protection: Limitations on Governmental Powers, Aspen Publishers (2013).
  • Standing and Environmental Harm: The Double Paradox, 31 Virginia Envtl. L. Rev. 55 (2013).
  • Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law 2d Edition (Thompson West 2012) (with Zellmer and Wood) and Teachers Manual (West, 2013).
  • Teacher’s Manual for Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law co-authored with Sandi B. Zellmer, Mary C. Wood, (Thompson West) (2013).
  • Rules of Law for Nature’s Use and Nonuse, chapter in Rules of Law for Nature: New Dimensions and Ideas in Environmental Law, Christina Voigt, ed. (Cambridge University Press) (2013).
  • The Clean Water Act and the Challenge of Agricultural Pollution, 37 Vermont Law Review 1033 (2013).
  • Cyanide, Mining and the Environment, 30 Pace Environmental Law Review 869 (2013).
  • Cases and Materials on Natural Resources Law 3d Edition, Thompson West (2012).
  • The Current Status of Cyanide Regulations, 34 Engineering and Mining Journal (February 2012).
  • The Role of Causation in Takings Claims, 20 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 1181 (2012).
  • The Current Status of Cyanide Regulations, 34 Engineering and Mining Journal (2012).
  • Equal Protection in Property and Planning, 64 Planning and Environmental:Law Review 4 (2012).
  • The Role of Brownfields as Sites for Mixed-Use Development Projects in America & Britain, Perspectives on International Law in an Era of Change 492 (2012).
  • The Right of Nonuse, Oxford University Press (2012).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste 2d ed., co-authored with Applegate, Foundation Press 2011.
  • The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions and the European Court on Human Rights, Indiana International & Comparative Law Review (2011).
  • The Growing Rule of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning and Environmental Law, 63 Planning & Environmental Law Review (2011).
  • Property Rights, Housing and the American Constitution: The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions and the European Court on Human Rights’ Hutten-Czapska Decision, co-authored with Professor Ed Ziegler, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 25 (2011).
  • The Emerging Role of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning, co-authored with Swan, Land Use and Environmental Law published by American Planning Association. Vol. 63, Issue 3 (2011).
  • Property Rights, Housing, and the American Constitution: The Social Benefits of Property Rights Protection, Government Interventions, and the European Court of Human Rights’ Hutten – Czapska Decision, 21 , co-authored with Ed Ziegler, 21 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 25 (2011).
  • Public-Private Partnerships in America for an Urban Mix Regeneration Site Development: The Case of the Polluted Gates Rubber Plant in Denver, New Housing Researchers Colloquium: ENHR (2011).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, co-authored with John Applegate, 2nd edition, Foundation Press (2011).
  • The Regulation of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, Instructor’s Manual, co-authored with John Applegate, 2nd edition, Foundation Press (2011).
  • “Takings,” in Environmental Protection of Colorado Real Property, Bradford Publishing (2011).
  • The Law of Hazardous Waste and Toxic Substances, Foundation Press (2011).
  • The Growing Acceptance of Nonuse Values in Land Use Planning, Planning and Environmental Law Review, American Planning Association (2011).
  • Environmental Regulation of Colorado Real Property (co-author, Bradford Press, (2011).
  • The Law of Property Rights Protection (Aspen Law and Business 2010).
  • The Right of Nonuse, 25 Oregon Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation 303 (2010).
  • The Emerging Right of Nonuse, 55 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Annual Inst. 25-1 (2010).
  • The Problem With Wilderness, Harvard Environmental Law Review (2008).
  • The Problem With Wilderness, 32 Harvard Environmental Law Review 503 (2008).
  • The Law of Airspace Near Public Runways, 59 Planning and Environmental Law Review 1 (2007).
  • The Law of RCRA and CERCLA (Foundation Press, 2006).
  • Recreation Wars for Our Natural Resources (Foundation Press, 2006).
  • Literature Review of Severed Minerals, Split Estates, Rights Of Access, and Surface Use in Mineral Extraction, 2005 No. 1 Rocky Mt. Min. L. Fdn. Paper No. 1B Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Severed Minerals, Split Estates, Rights of Access, and Surface Use in Mineral Extraction Operations Paper 1B John A. Carver, Jr.,.
  • The Management of Hazardous Waste (Foundation Press, 2005).
  • Multi-Layered, and Sequential, State and Local Barriers to Extractive Resource Development, 23 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1 Virginia Environmental Law Journal 2004 Elizabeth H. Getches Article.
  • Recreation Wars for Our Natural Resources, 34 Envtl. L. 1091 Environmental Law Fall 2004 Symposium Rachael B. Reiss.
  • The Multiple to Dominant Use Paradigm Shift in Natural Resources Management, 24 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 221 Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law 2004.
  • Height Restrictions Near Airports: Physical Takings, Regulatory Takings, or Police Power Exercises, 55 Land Use Law & Zoning Digest 3 (Sept. 2003).
  • Whose Law Governs? State and Local Regulation on Federal Lands, and Federal Regulation on State Lands, 49 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 2003.
  • Hornbook on Natural Resources Law (West Publishing, 2002).
  • The Law of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Wastes (Foundation Press, 2000), and Teacher's Manual (300 pages) (2002).
  • The Moral Austerity of Environmental Decisionmaking (Duke Univ. Press, 2002) (contributing author).
  • The New Retroactivity Causation Standard,, 51 Ala. L. Rev. 1123 (2000).
  • The New Dominant Use Reality on Multiple Use Lands,, 44 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 1 (1999).
  • The Transformation on Public Lands, 26 Ecology L.Q. 140 Ecology Law Quarterly 1999 Thomas A. Carr Article.
  • Legislative Retroactivity,, 52 Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 81 (1997).
  • Takings and Causation,, 5 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 359 (1997).
  • Legislative Retroactivity, 52 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 81 Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law 1997.
  • National Parks and the Recreation Resource, 74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 847 Denver University Law Review 1997 Symposium: the National Park System.
  • Takings and Causation, 5 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 359 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal Summer 1997.
  • Judicial Protection of Private Property in Natural Resources: The American Experience,, 14 J. of Energy and Natural Resources 262 (1996).
  • May CERCLA Apply Retroactively?, 25-OCT Colo. Law. 103 Colorado Lawyer October, 1996 John R. Jacus Specialty Law Column.
  • Causation and the Unconstitutional Conditions Doctrine: Why the City of Tigard's Exaction Was a Taking, 72 Denv. U. L. Rev. 893 Denver University Law Review 1995 Symposium.
  • NEPA and Oil and Gas Development on Forest Service Lands, in The Natural Resources Law Manual at 205 (ABA Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law 1995).
  • Federal CERCLA Liability for Abandoned Mines, 23 Colo. Law. 371 Colorado Lawyer February, 1994 Natural Resource Notes.
  • Water Rights and Water Quality: Recent Developments, 23 Colo. Law. 2343 Colorado Lawyer October, 1994 Specialty Law Column.
  • The Public Use Paradox and the Takings Clause, 13 J. Energy Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 9 Journal of Energy, Natural Resources, and Environmental Law 1993.
  • The Takings Clause in America's Industrial States After Lucas, 24 U. Tol. L. Rev. 281 University of Toledo Law Review Winter, 1993.
  • "Use of Agency Deliberations by Reviewing Courts,", 69 Denver Univ. L. Rev. 121 (1992).
  • Energy and Natural Resources Law in a Nutshell (West Publishing, 1992).
  • Use of Agency Deliberations by Reviewing Courts, 69 Denv. U. L. Rev. 121 Denver University Law Review 1992.
  • Paralysis By Analysis In The Forest Service Oil And Gas Leasing Program, 26 Land & Water L. Rev. 105 Land and Water Law Review 1991 Land and Water Division.
  • "Oil and Gas Leasing on Forest Service Lands,", 5 Natural Res. and Environment 23 (1990).
  • "The Nature and Consequence of 'Valid Existing Rights' Status in Public Land Law,", 5 Journal of Mineral Law & Policy 399 (1990), reprinted in 28 Public Land and Resources Digest 121 (1991).
  • What is a "Material Injury" to a Water Right?, 19 Colo. Law. 1333 (1990).
  • "Water Quality Antidegradation,", 4 Natural Res. and Environment 19 (1989).
  • "Water Rights, Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting, and the Takings Clause,", 60 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 901 (1989).
  • Practicing Law Before Part-Time Citizen Boards and Commissions, 18 Colo. Law. 1133 (1989).
  • Water Rights, Clean Water Act Section 404 Permitting, And The Takings Clause, 60 U. Colo. L. Rev. 901 University of Colorado Law Review 1989 Focus: Clean Water Act's Section 404.
  • "Protection From Government Action Affecting Private Property Rights in Natural Resources in the United States,", 5 Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law 59 (1988).
  • "Regulation of Natural Resources Use and Development in Light of the 'New' Takings Clause,", 34 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 1 (1988).
  • "Uncloaking Law School Hiring,", 38 J. of Legal Ed. 345 (1988).
  • Assault on the Citadel, Part I: Water Quality Laws and the Exercise of Water Rights, 17 Colo. Law. 1305 (1988).
  • Assault on the Citadel, Part II: Dams, Diversions, and Water Quality Regulations, 17 Colo. Law. 2003 (1988).
  • Constitutional Limits on Police Power Regulations Affecting the Exercise of Water Rights, 16 Colo. Law. 1626 (1987).
  • Government Interference With Private Interests In Public Resources, 11 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 1 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1987 Richard A. Westfall.
  • Energy Resources and Policy Problems, in Energy in American History, (Pergamon Press, 1983).
  • "Utility Use of Renewable Resources: Legal and Economic Implications,", 59 Denver Law Journal 1 (1982), reprinted in Public Utilities Law Anthology (International Library Press, 1982).
  • "The Effect of Water Law on the Development of Oil Shale,", 58 Denver Law Journal 751 (1981).
  • Economic and Regulatory Issues Raised by Utility Involvement in Central and Decentralized Solar Applications, SERI Rept., TR-744-1338 (1981).
  • Proceedings: SERI-ERA Workshop on Electric Utility Involvement in Residential Solar Applications, SERI Rept. CP 733-781 (1981).
  • Prospects for Utility Involvement in Residential Solar Applications, in Energy and Communications in Transition (Michigan State University Press, 1981).
  • Utilities and Solar Energy, in Legal Aspects of Solar Energy (Lexington Press, 1981).
  • A Legal-Economic History of Air Pollution Controls (Carrollton Press, 1980).
  • Regulated Utilities and Solar Energy (Callaghan Press, 1980).
  • "May Regulated Utilities Monopolize the Sun?,", 56 Denver Law Journal 31 (1979).
  • Public Policy Questions Posed by the Rise of a Solar Energy Industry in Colorado, Colorado Energy Research Institute Report 1979.
  • Regulated Utilities and Solar Energy: A Legal-Economic Analysis of the Major Issues Affecting the Solar Commercialization Effort, SERI Rept. TR-62-255 (June 1979).
  • "A Leap of Faith: Some Observations on Law's Effect Upon the Earth's Natural Resources,", 25 Am. Univ. L. Review 131 (1975).
  • "Continuities from the Past Affecting Resource Use and Conservation Patterns,", 28 Okla. L. Rev. 60 (1975).
  • "Legal institutions and Pollution: Some Intersections Between Law and History,", 15 Natural Resources Journal 423 (1975).
  • The Social and Economic Roots of Judge-Made Air Pollution Policy in Wisconsin,", 58 Marq. L. Rev. 465 (1975).
  • "The Limits of the Law: Institutional Failures of the Air Pollution Variance Board,", 44 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 513 (1973).
  • "Institutional Response to an Environmental Crisis: The Failure of State Air Pollution Control,", 48 Denver L. J. 519 (1972).
  • "Judicial Limitations on Holder in Due Course Claims,", 42 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 439 (1971).
  • The Effect of Full Faith and Credit on Cognovit Judgments, 42 U. of Colo. L. Rev. 1973 (cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Overmyer v. Frank 405 U.S. 174 (1972)) (1970).

Kevin Lynch

Assistant Professor

Ved P. Nanda

Professor

Evans University Professor Thompson G. Marsh Professor of Law

  • The Law of Transnational Business Transactions co-authored with Ralph Lake), (Thomson Reuters) (spring 2014).
  • Litigation of International Disputes in U.S. Courts co-authored with David Pansius, (Thomson Reuters) (spring 2014).
  • Limitations on Government Debt and Deficits in the United States, American Journal of Comparative Law (spring 2014).
  • Human Right Must be at the Core of Post-2015 International Development Agenda, 75 Mont. L. Rev. (April 2014).
  • Conflict of Laws Annual Survey of Colorado Law 2014, Colorado Bar Association) (2014).
  • The Future Under International Law of the Responsibility to Protect After Libya and Syria, Mich. St. Int’l. L. Rev. (2013).
  • The Contribution of Nongovernmental Organizations in Strengthening and Shaping International Human Rights Law: The Successful Drives to Ban Landmines and to Create an International Criminal Court, Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution (forthcoming Fall 2012).
  • The Arab Spring, the Responsibility to Protect, and U.S. Foreign Policy – Some Preliminary Thoughts, 41 Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 7 (2012).
  • Climate Change and Environmental Ethics,, Ved Nanda, ed., Transaction Publishers (2012).
  • International Environmental Law and Policy for the 21st Century, co-authored with Rock Pring, 2nd revised edition, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers (2012).
  • Revolution, Democracy and the Critical Role of Constitution-Making: Some Preliminary Thoughts, 89 Denv. U. L. Rev. 581 (2012).
  • Strides against poverty, Denver Post, September 25 (2010).
  • Singh visit assuages Indians' fears, Denver Post, November 29, 2009—Op-Ed.
  • Chapter 6, International Law, Nuclear Weapons, and Twenty-First Century Insecurity, in THE CHALLENGE OF ABOLISHING NUCLEAR WEAPONS (David Krieger ed. 2009).
  • The European Union’s Multinational Carbon Trading Program, 85 DENV. U. L. REV. 995 (2008).
  • Selected Aspects of international Trade and the world Trade Organization’s Doha Round, 36 DENV. J. INT’L L. & POL’Y 255 (2008).

Justin Pidot

Assistant Professor

George W. (Rock) Pring

Professor Emeritus of Law

Tom I. Romero, II

Assistant Provost of IE Research and Curriculum Initiatives for University of Denver

Annecoos Wiersema

Ved P. Nanda Chair and Associate Professor of Law

Director, International Legal Studies Program

  • Uncertainty and Markets for Endangered Species under CITES, 23(3) Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 239 (2013).
  • What Can the WTO Learn from International Environmental Law?, Panel: Risk, Science and Law in the WTO, 104 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L. PROC. *** (2010).
  • The Scope of the Secretariat’s Powers Regarding the Submissions Procedure of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation under General Principles of International Law, co-authored with Anne-Marie Slaughter, 27 NORTH AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY SERIES 1 (2010).
  • The New International Law-Makers? Conferences of the Parties to Multilateral Environmental Agreements, 31 MICH. J. INT’L L. 231 (2009).
  • Conferences of the Parties to Multilateral Environmental Treaties: The New International Law-Makers?, Panel: New Voices: Re-Thinking the Sources of International Law, 103 AM. SOC’Y INT’L L. PROC. 74 (2009).
  • Adversaries or Partners? Science and the Precautionary Principle in International Wildlife Treaty Regimes, 11(4) J. INT’L WILDLIFE L. & POL’Y 211 (2008).
  • A Train without Tracks: Re-Thinking the Place of Law and Goals in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, 38 ENVTL. L. 1239 (2008).
  • Sharing Common Ground: A Cautionary Tale on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Protection of Biological Diversity, in LINKING HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT 162 (R. Picolloti & J.D. Taillant eds. 2003).
  • Book Note, 23 HARV. ENVTL. L. REV. 571 (1999) (reviewing MOSTAFA K. TOLBA, GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL DIPLOMACY: NEGOTIATING ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS FOR THE WORLD, 1973-1992 (1998)).

Edward Ziegler

Robert B. Yegge Memorial Research Chair and Professor