The Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law Features an Article by Professor Jim Salzman

May 15, 2007Duke Law News

Professors and experts in land use and environmental law have selected an article by Professor James Salzman for inclusion in the 38th volume of the Journal of Land Use and Environment Law, published by Florida State University College of Law. Considered one of the best articles of 2006 by the journal’s review board, Salzman’s article, “A Field of Green? The Past and Future of Ecosystem Services,” was selected from more than 400 articles reviewed by the board. Other articles featured in the volume, are:

Freyfogle, Eric T. Goodbye to the Public-Private Divide

Buzbee, William W. The Regulatory Fragmentation Continuum, Westway, and the Challenges of Regional Growth

Lefcoe, George. The Regulation of Superstores: The Legality of Zoning Ordinances Emerging from the Skirmishes Between Wal-Mart and the United Food and Commercial Workers Union

Tarlock, A. Dan & Van de Wetering, S. Western Growth and Sustainable Water Use: If There Are No "Natural Limits" Should We Worry About Water Supplies?

Freeman, Jody & Farber, Daniel A. Modular Environmental Regulation

Hornstein, Donald T. Complexity Theory, Adaptation, and Administrative Law

Angelo, Mary Jane. Embracing Uncertainty, Complexity, And Change: An Ecopragmatic Reinvention Of A First-Generation Environmental Law

Mintz, Joel A. Has Industry Captured The EPA? Appraising Marver Bernstein’s Captive Agency Theory After Fifty Years

Eagle, Josh. Regional Ocean Governance: The Perils Of Multiple-Use Management And The Promise Of Agency Diversity

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