Robin Kundis Craig
Robin Kundis Craig ’96 is the William H. Leary Professor of Law at the University of Utah. She previously served as Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund Professor of Law at Florida State University College of Law. Professor Craig is nationally recognized for her work in all things water: the Clean Water Act, the connection of fresh water regulation to ocean water quality, marine biodiversity and marine protected areas, property rights in freshwater, and science and water resource protection. In 2005, the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences appointed her to a two-year committee to assess the effects of the Clean Water Acts regulation of the Mississippi River.
Professor Craig’s course load includes Environmental Law, Water Law, Clean Water Act seminar, Civil Procedure, Ocean and Coastal Law, Administrative Law, Property, and Bioethics and Biotechnology. She has authored several books including The Clean Water Act and the Constitution (Environmental Law Institute 2004), Environmental Law in Context (West 2005) and more than 20 law review articles and numerous shorter works.
Prior to becoming a law professor, she clerked for the Honorable Robert E. Jones at the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon and worked in the Natural Resources Section, General Counsel Division, Oregon Department of Justice.