Craig Article on Endangered Species and State Water Law Honored by Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation

Professor Robin Craig’s article, “”Does the Endangered Species Act Preempt State Water Law?,” 62 University of Kansas Law Review 851 (2014), has been selected by the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation to be printed in 52:1 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal (2015). The reprinted version will also include a new short update to account for the Fifth Circuit’s decision […]

2L Mareschal Wins Award in 2014-15 American Indian Law Review Student Writing Competition

Alexa Mareschal, a 2L, won second place in the 2014-2015 American Indian Law Review law student writing competition for a paper she wrote for Professor Robin Craig’s Ocean and Coastal Law class. The paper is entitled, “Native Title and Rights to Marine Environments: A Comparative Analysis of New Zealand, Canada, and the United States.” In […]

Craig Elected a Member of American Law Institute

In April, 2015, Robin Craig, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was elected as a member of the American Law Institute (ALI). Craig, one of only 83 new members elected nationally, is joining an elite group of 2,778 ALI members. Professor Leslie Francis described Craig’s honor as “a fitting testament […]

Adler, Craig Articles Among the Top 20 Environmental Law Review Articles Published in Last Year

Articles by Dean Bob Adler and Professor Robin Craig were selected by a group of environmental law professors for inclusion in a list of the top 20 environmental law review articles published between November 1, 2013 and October 31, 2014. Adler’s article, “The decline and (possible) renewal of aspiration in the Clean Water Act,” was […]

Craig to Present at Lewis & Clark Law School Enviro Law Symposium

Robin Craig, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will be a panelist at Lewis & Clark Law School’s April 10 environmental law symposium, Developments in the Public Trust. The symposium will focus on important developments in public trust litigation, scholarship, and governance. Craig’s presentation is entitled “What the […]

Downtown CLE: Clean Water Act

  Where Are We on WOTUS (Waters of the United States)? The Agencies, the Congress, the Lobbyists, and the Commenters on the Future of the Clean Water Act 12:00 – 1:00 p.m., Parr Brown (101 South 200 East #700, SLC 84111) On April 21, 2014 — almost 8 years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s three-way […]

Craig Presents in Washington, D.C.

The first week in November, Robin Craig, Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, presented at the Seventh National Summit on Estuarine and Coastal Restoration in Washington, D.C. Her topic looked at recasting innovations for coastal climate change adaptation as public health measures to limit states’ and local governments’ vulnerability to […]

Craig Article on Climate Change, Oceans, Public Health, and the Law Published

Robin Craig’s article, “”Climate Change, Oceans, Public Health, and the Law,” was published in the international peer-reviewed journal Climate Law in the special issue on the State of Climate Law 2014.

George Washington University to Host Event Showcasing Craig Article

On Friday, September 19, the George Washington University School of Law (GWU) will host an all-day event to showcase an article co-authored by Professor Robin Craig and Professor J.B. Ruhl that was published in the Vanderbilt Law Review. The article, “Designing Administrative Law for Adaptive Management,” offers to the federal and state governments a Model […]

Craig Article, Presentation on Sustainability Draw Attention

An article co-written by Robin Craig, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and Melinda Harm Benson, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of New Mexico, has drawn attention from the media, the blogosphere, and the public, and has been published in […]