Faculty

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2FellowsRuple, JohnResearch Fellow, Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the EnvironmentEnergy Law, Environmental Law, Natural Resources, Public Lands, Water Law
0FacultyAdler, RobertDean College of Law, ProfessorAdministrative Law, Environmental Law, Natural Resources, Water Law
0FacultyCraig, RobinProfessorAdministrative Law, Environmental Law, Property, Water Law

News and Events

Green Bag: Planning Utah’s Water Future

Planning Utah’s Water Future A Wallace Stegner Center Green Bag S.J. Quinney College of Law, Sutherland Moot Courtroom Utah’s future is inextricably tied to how we manage our water. Facing anticipated population growth, increasing interstate competition and potential climate changes, Governor Herbert has directed the development of a 50-year water plan for Utah. Alan Matheson […]

Stegner Lecture with Cynthia Barnett – Blue Revolution: Unmaking America’s Water Crisis

A Wallace Stegner Center Lecture with Cynthia Barnett, Journalist and Author S.J. Quinney College of Law, Room 106 Americans see water as abundant and cheap: We turn on the faucet and out it gushes, for less than a penny a gallon. We use more water than any other culture in the world, much to quench […]

Craig Interviewed by Atlanta Journal-Constitution on FL-GA Water Rights Dispute

Robin Craig, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was interviewed for an October 2 story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the latest chapter in a long-standing dispute between the states of Florida and Georgia over water rights in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basin. On Tuesday, Florida Gov. Rick Scott […]

3L Naftz Nabs Writing Competition Award

A paper 3L Douglas Naftz wrote for Professor Robin Craig’s Water Law course was recently awarded third place in the Smith-Babock-Williams Writing Competition. In the interview below, Naftz discusses the issue of naturally occurring asbestos, describes how Professor Craig helped him to focus the work, and praises the excellence of the College of Law’s legal […]

Beyond Ski Link: Transportation, Water, and the Future of the Wasatch Canyons

“Beyond Ski Link: Transportation, Water, and the Future of the Wasatch Canyons” S.J. Quinney College of Law, Moot Courtroom This event is co-sponsored by the NRLF section of the Utah Bar and the Wallace Stegner Center. This student-moderated panel discussion will touch on the competing interests and various stakeholders within the Wasatch canyons. Issues of […]

Interstate Groundwater Law: Equitable Apportionment of Transboundary Resources and Implications for the Snake Valley Aquifer Dispute

// see related news story // Noah Hall Joins Stegner Center as 8th Annual Young Scholar Wallace Stegner Center with the Stegner Center Young Scholar Lecture Interstate Groundwater Law: Equitable Apportionment of Transboundary Resources and Implications for the Snake Valley Aquifer Dispute Noah Hall, Associate Professor of Law, Wayne State University Law School S.J. Quinney […]

The Law of the Great Lakes- Ninety Percent of North America’s Available Freshwater and Not a Drop for Utah

// see related news story // Noah Hall Joins Stegner Center as 8th Annual Young Scholar Wallace Stegner Center Downtown CLE with Stegner Center Young Scholar The Law of the Great Lakes- Ninety Percent of North America’s Available Freshwater and Not a Drop for Utah Noah Hall, Associate Professor of Law, Wayne State University Law […]

Watershed Institutions in the U.S.: Emergence and Evolution

Wallace Stegner Center Green Bag Watershed Institutions in the U.S.: Emergence and Evolution Tony Arnold, Professor of Law, Affiliated Professor of Urban Planning, Chair of the Center for Land Use and Environmental Responsibility, University of Louisville S.J. Quinney College of Law, Room 106 1 hour CLE, email communications@law.utah.edu Tony Arnold is the Boehl Chair in […]

Adler Contributes to Sustainability Agenda

While nearly all Americans have relatively safe drinking water and modern sanitation, billions of people across the world lack access do not, with water borne diseases leading to the deaths millions of people each year. The situation is unsustainable, and global warming is likely to exacerbate the problem. Professor Robert W. Adler, an expert on […]