Read Visiting Prof. Jeff Thaler two comprehensive permitting and regulatory roadmaps, Permitting and Leasing for Maine Marine Hydrokinetic (MHK) Power Projects and Permitting and Leasing for Maine Offshore Wind Energy Projects, which are aimed to help steer potential developers and interested parties through federal, state and local laws and regulations applicable for ocean energy projects for developers of offshore wind, wave and tidal projects in the Gulf of Maine.
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Read Prof. Sarah Schindler’s article, Of Backyard Chickens and Front Yard Chickens:The Conflict between Local Governments and Locavores, 87 Tulane L. Rev. 231 (2012) that is out in print as the lead article.
Prof. Don Zillman was an Invited Contributor on the subject of veterans in Congress to Marvin Kalb and Deborah Kalb’s website for their book, Haunting Legacy, Vietnam and the American Presidency from Ford to Obama. Read more about the book from Marvin Kalb on his website.
Prof. Malick Ghachem presented a paper on the American and Haitian Declarations of independence at a conference at the International Center for Jefferson Studies in Charlottesville, VA in March. He is organizing a panel on fraud in eighteenth-century France for the November 2013 meeting of the American Society for Legal History, to be held in Miami.
Prof. Dave Owen recently was invited to write a chapter on the Endangered Species Act and Climate Change for Jody Freeman and Michael Gerrard’s book Global Climate Change and U.S. Law (2d edition 2013).
Prof. Chris Northrop played a central role in developing the National Juvenile Defense Standards which are finally complete after a multi-year process in which he was involved at every level.
Prof. Lois R. Lupica’s article, Using a Randomized Control Trial To Accomplish Multiple Goals: An RCT Evaluating What Works for Individuals in Financial Distress, Investigating the Debt Collection System, Exploring Ways to Increase Access to Justice, and Bridging Clinical and Doctrinal Instruction, co-written with Dalié Jiménez, James Greiner, and Rebecca L. Sandefur, was recently accepted by The Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy.
Prof. Emeritus Orlando Delogu spoke at two separate workshops at the March 6-9 Rocky Mountain Land Use Conference in Denver, sponsored by the Denver University-Sturm College of Law. One workshop focused on basics of land use control; the other reviewed past land use mistakes.
Prof. Malick Ghachem presented a paper entitled The Antislavery Script: Haiti between the First and Second American Revolutions at the Montreal French Atlantic History Seminar in January 2013 and at the Penn Legal History Workshop in February 2013.
Prof. Jennifer Wriggins’ article, “Mandates, Markets, and Risk: Auto Insurance and the Affordable Care Act,” will be published by the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal in 2013.