Congratulations to Staff Editors of the Cycle for Editing Cycle 38.2!
February 18, 2010
Renewable Energy Webinar Hosted by Sturm College of Law
February 05, 2010
In November of 2009, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law hosted a webinar on Renewable Energy for the ABA Standing Committee on Environmental Law. The link to this webinar and others by the ABA is now available HERE
Congratulations to the Staff Editors of Editing Cycle 38.1!
February 04, 2010
Congratulations to the Staff Editors of Editing Cycle 38.1! Ian London, Ana Gutierrez, Karthik Nagarur, and Bradley Damm demonstrated hard work and extraordinary efforts in their editing assignments, earning them the award.
President Obama Announces $8 Billion for High-Speed Rail Projects Across the Country
February 04, 2010
Read the report HERE
DU Environmental Law Prof. George (Rock) Pring Co-authors Ground-Breaking Book “Greening Justice”
February 02, 2010
Read the full story here.
Legal Earth - IUCN Academy January 2010 Newsletter
February 01, 2010
Click HERE for the newsletter.
Justin Marks Publishes in the Transportation Law Journal’s Fall Issue
January 28, 2010
Contact: Kristen Wiest FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Transportation Law Journal congratulates Editor in Chief Justin Marks for his recent publication in the Fall 2009 Issue of the Transportation Law Journal!
Justin’s article, entitled, No Free Ride: Limiting Freight Railroad Liability When Granting Right-of-Way to Passenger Rail Carriers, was published in the Fall 2009 issue of the Transportation Law Journal. The editorial board members of the Transportation Law Journal want to thank Justin for all his hard work!
Congratulations and thanks!!!
Motor Carrier Safety Administration Prohibits Drivers of Commercial Trucks and Buses from Texting
January 28, 2010
Click HERE for the first full article.
Click HERE for the second full article.
SELJ announces 2010 Editorial Board
January 25, 2010
The Journal would like to congratulate the new members of the 2010 Editorial Board.
Editor-in-Chief: Scott Neckers
Managing Editor: William Bryant Bodie
Senior Articles Editor: Matthew Hofmeister
Technical/Case Summaries Editor: Allison Rosen
Candidacy Editor: Lindsay Tanis
Clear Creek Land Conservancy (CCLC) Assists with Conservation Easement
January 04, 2010
On December 30, Clear Creek County purchased the “Oxbow” property from a developer-owner for $1,070,000 and donated a conservation easement to the CCLC to preserve it. Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) provided a grant of $725,000 toward the purchase, with the County paying the rest. The Oxbow includes 3/5-mile of river (fishing, rafting, kayaking), the old railroad bed (great future trail), lovely wooded areas, canyon wildlife and towering cliffs (rock climbing).
“This the first of what we hope be many conservation easements we can do in partnership with Clear Creek County,” said Prof. Rock Pring, CCLC’s vice president for land conservation, “To realize its visionary ‘Clear Creek Greenway’ from the Jeffco Open Space Greenway all the way across the county to the Eisenhower Tunnel!”
For those who are interested in the location of the new easement, you can view large parts of it from your car driving west (upstream) on U.S. 6. Just past the stop light at the confluence of the North and South Forks, as you cross into Clear Creek County, you come to Tunnel 5. Just before you go into Tunnel 5, you can look left/upstream into the property (watch out for the big gravel trucks!). As you exit Tunnel 5 immediately look left/downstream for a view of the other end of the Oxbow Property. If you are coming the other way, off I-70 and driving east/downstream on U.S. 6, just look right at each end of Tunnel 5.