KK DuVivier

NIMBY to NOPE - or YESS?, co-authored with Thomas A. Witt, 38 Cardozo L. Rev. 1453 (2017).

Energy Law Basics, Carolina Academic Press (2017).

Chapter 19. Distributed Renewable Energy, Draft chapter from Michael B. Gerrard and John Dernbach, eds., LEGAL PATHWAYS TO DEEP DECARBONIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES (forthcoming from Environmental Law Institute) DO NOT CITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE AUTHOR: kkduvivier@law.du.edu.

Wind-Scattered Resources, in Transmission and Transport of Energy in the Western U.S. and Canada: A Law and Policy Road Map, 52 Idaho Law Review 387 (2016).

Wind Power Growing Pains, 21 NEXUS J. of L. & Pol’y 1 (2016).

The Superagency Solution, 46 McGeorge L. Rev. 189 (2015).

Solar Skyspace B, 14 Minn. J. L. Sci. & Tech. 389 (2014).

Sins of the Father, 1 TEX. A&M REAL PROP. L. J. 301 (2014), reprinted in full in 51 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal 293 (2014).

Rural Wind Windfalls, 23 The Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 401 (2014).

E-Legislating, 92 Oregon L. Rev. (lead article) (2013).

Converting Natural Resources into Electricity, co-authored with Robin Newmark, ROCKY MTN. MIN. L. FOUNDATION SPECIAL INSTITUTE ON RENEWABLE ELECTRIC ENERGY LAW, DEVELOPMENT, AND INVESTMENT Paper No. 2 Mineral Law Series Vol. 2013, No. 5.

Managing the Dark Side of Trees,, co-authored with Dan Staley, SOLAR TODAY 28 (July/ August 2013).

Good-bye Christopher Columbus Langdell?,, 43 Envt’l. L. Rep. 10475 (issue No. 6, June 2013).

Renewable Energy Reader, Carolina Academic Press (2011).

Letter to Editor - Trees vs. air pollution, Denver Post, October 29, 2010, at 10B.

Review of Split Estates, Movie Review (2010).

Colorado Citations, 34 Colo. Law. 121 (Sept. 2005), reprinted in ROBERT MICHAEL LINZ, COLORADO LEGAL RESEARCH, part of Carolina Academic Press’s state Legal Research Series texts (2010).

Review of “Dirty Business” by Bullfrog Films (2010).

Jousting at Wind Mills: When Wind Power Development Collides With Oil, Gas, and Mineral Development, co-authored with Roderick E. Wetsel, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute, Vol. 55, No. 9 (2009) Also reprinted in Part I MMX No. 3 National Association of Division Order Analysts (NADOA) 29 (July/August/September 2010) and Part II (October/November/December 2010). Also reprinted in 35 E-Section Report, no. 3, of the Oil, Gas and Energy Law Resources Section of the State Bar of Texas (March 2011) www.oilgas.org.

Guest Commentary—Retain Solar Access In Code, DENVER POST, October 28, 2009, at 11B.

The Scrivener, bimonthly column on legal writing for The Colorado Lawyer (from March 1991to March 2007).

Out of the Bottle: The Genie of Direct Democracy, 70 Albany L. Rev. 1045 (April 2007).

Are Some Words Better Left Unpublished?: Precedent and the Role of Unpublished Decisions, 3 J. Appellate Prac. & Process 397 (2001).

Think Globally, Act Locally: The Role of State and Local Ballot Initiatives in International Environmental Law, Colo. J. Int’l Entl L. & Pol’y (2000 Yearbook).

Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., Colorado Appellate Handbook (Janice B. Davidson, J., ed., 3d ed., 2000) (K.K. DuVivier participated as an author in the revisions).

By Going Wrong All Things Come Right: Using Alternative Initiatives to Improve Citizen Lawmaking, 63 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1185 (1995).

We All Lose with Constitutional Amendment by Initiative, The Advocate, May 1993, at 3.

Attorney Fees as Superfund Response Costs, Nat. Resources & Env’t, Summer 1991, at 34 (co-author).

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