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NRLI Distinguished Visitors

Lewis & Clark’s Environmental Law program welcomed Professor Jim Salzman as its 2013 Distinguished Visitor. Professor Salzman holds joint appointments at Duke University as the Samuel Fox Mordecai Professor at the law school, and as the Nicholas Institute Professor of Environmental Policy.

In more than eight books and seventy articles and book chapters, his broad-ranging scholarship has addressed topics spanning trade and environment conflicts, drinking water, environmental protection in the service economy, wetlands mitigation banking and the legal and institutional issues in creating markets for ecosystem services.

Professor Salzman spent three days on campus, speaking and participating in Public Lands, Environmental Law and the LLM Seminar course, as well as visiting with faculty and students. His stay culminated in a public lecture on October 8th at the law school. Students, staff and faculty enjoyed hearing about payments for ecosystems services in classes, and his unique insight reflected in his public lecture on “Turning the World Upside Down: How Frames of Reference Shape Environmental Law”. Those of us who attended the lecture will never look at a map the same way again.

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2012

Hope Babcock Georgetown Law

Putting a Price on Whales to Save Them
2011

Jody Freeman Harvard Law

 

  The President’s Role in Environmental Law

2010

Douglas A. Kysar
Yale Law School

What Climate Change Can Do About Tort Law

2009

J.B. Ruhl
Florida State University College of Law

After Cap-and-Trade: The Climate-Forced Path of Environmental Law

2008 Christopher Schroeder
Duke University School of Law
Moving the 21st Century Environmental Agenda: Lessons from the Environmental Decade of the 1970s
2007 Lisa Heinzerling
Georgetown University Law Center
Climate Change in the Supreme Court
2006 Robert Glennon
University of Arizona Rogers College of Law
The Environmental Consequences of
Groundwater Pumping:
Herein Tales of Bottled Water
and French Fries
2005 Professor Eric Freyfogle
University of Illinois School of Law
Goodbye to the Public/Private Divide
2004 Professor Nicholas Robinson
Pace University School of Law
Conceiving Laws for the Biosphere
2003 Dean David H. Getches
University of Colorado
School of Law
“Water Wrongs: Why Can’t We Do It Right the First Time?”
2002 Professor Robert Percival
University of Maryland
School of Law
“Greening the Constitution”
2001 Professor Zygmunt Plater
Boston College
School of Law
“Law and the Fourth Estate: Endangered Nature, the Press, and the Dicey Game of Democratic Governance”
2000 John Leshy, Solicitor
U.S. Department of Interior (1993-2001)
“The Babbit Legacy at the Department of Interior: A Preliminary View”
1999 Professor Barton Thompson, Jr.
Stanford University
Law School
“Tragically Difficult: The Problems of Regulating the Commons”
1998 Professor Suedeen G. Kelly
University of New Mexico
School of Law
“The New Electric Power Houses in America: Will They Transform Your Life?”
1997 Professor Oliver Houck
Tulane University
School of Law
“Are Humans Part of Ecosystems?”
1996 Professor Richard Lazarus
Georgetown University
Law Center
“Fairness in Environmental Law”
1995 Professor Gerald Torres
University of Texas
School of Law
“Taking & Giving: Police Power, Public Value, and Private Right”
1994 Professor Robert Fowler
Director, Australian Centre
for Environmental Law
“Applying Environmental Disclosure Requirements Extraterritorially to Transnational Corporations”
1993 Professor Carol Rose
Yale Law School
“Environmental Lessons”
1992 Professor Harrison Dunning
University of California
at Davis School of Law
“Current Issues”
1991 Professor William Rodgers
University of Washington
Law School
“Working with Scientists, Public Lands Acquisition, Other Recent Lessons from Washington, D.C.”
1990 Professor Daniel Farber
University of Minnesota
School of Law
“Reserve Mining and Judicial Review”
1989 Professor James Krier
University of Michigan
Law School
“The Critical Roles of Politics and Economics in Resolving Environmental Issues”
1988 Professor Frederick Anderson
American University
Washington College of Law
“Environmental Aspects of Recombinant DNA Research and Products”
     

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