Davies’ Casebook on Energy Law to Be Released in October

Energy Law and Policy, a new casebook co-authored by Professor Lincoln Davies (with Klass, Osofsky, Tomain, and Wilson), will be released in mid-October.

German Energy Blog Praises Davies Article on Feed-In Tariffs

The German Energy Blog praised an article co-authored by Professor Lincoln Davies and attorney Kirsten Allen that appeared recently in the West Virginia Law Review. The blog praised the article as a “must read for anyone looking more closely into feed-in tariff systems, or trying to improve them. Comparing and contrasting the regimes in Germany, […]

German Energy Blog cites Davies’ paper

Lincoln Davies and Kirst Allen have just published an excellent article “Feed-in Tariffs in Turmoil” in the West Virginia Law Review. Anyone interested in better understanding feed-in tariff schemes should read it. The comprehensive (38 page) article contains case studies of three countries that have used feed-in tariffs: Germany, Spain and South Korea. For each […]

Davies Selected as University of Utah Presidential Scholar

Lincoln Davies, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was recently selected by the University of Utah as a Presidential Scholar The new Presidential Scholarship program is designed to recognize excellence in scholarship and teaching by mid-career faculty members at the University of Utah. The award lasts for three […]

Davies Appointed to State Energy Task Force

Governor Gary Herbert has appointed Professor Lincoln Davies to a state energy task force.  The task force, called the Energy Team, is a part of Governor Herbert’s Your Utah, Your Future program, a statewide initiative aimed at helping proactively plan how to meet Utah’s future growth challenges.  It is estimated that Utah’s population will double by 2050. […]

Law Review Symposium: Governing the United States in 2020

S.J.Quinney College of Law, Sutherland Moot Courtroom The United States government seems to be in a continual state of dysfunction. Gridlock grips Congress, the Executive Branch fills in the void of congressional lawmaking by acting unilaterally, the judiciary struggles with whether and how to involve itself in this state of affairs, and the States and […]

Davies, Uchitel, and Ruple Publish Study on Carbon Capture and Sequestration in Prestigious International Journal

Energy Policy, the premier international journal in energy politics and economics, has published an article by University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Lincoln Davies and Wallace Stegner Fellows Kirsten Uchitel and John Ruple. The team completed their research as part of their work on a grant from the United States Department of […]

18th Annual Symposium: Religion, Faith and the Environment

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment 18th Annual Symposium Religion, Faith, and the Environment April 12th & 13th, 2013   The Stegner Center’s eighteenth annual symposium will focus on the intersection of Religion, Faith, and the Environment.  It has been nearly half a century […]

Stegner Symposium Focuses on Religion, Faith and Environment

Much has changed in the nearly half a century since UCLA historian Lynn White named the Judeo-Christian tradition one of the “root” causes of “our ecological crisis.” Across the world today, people of faith are stepping forward to explain why our spiritual connections to the earth demand environmental protection.  At the same time, religion remains […]

Energy Law Moot Court Team Competes Admirably at National Competition

The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law’s Energy Law Moot Court Team of Kimberly Barnes, David Mooers-Putzer, and Tera Woods competed admirably at the National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court Competition March 16-17 in Morgantown, West Virginia. According to coach Lincoln Davies, a Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of […]