S.J. Quinney College of Law

Celebrating 100 Years of
Legal Education (1913-2013)

Stegner Faculty

The Wallace Stegner Center’s faculty is actively engaged in a wide range of environmental and natural resources issues. Faculty research addresses such diverse topics as public land management, wildlife protection, international environmental law, law and science, water pollution, toxic and hazardous wastes, ecosystem management, land use, and others. The faculty regularly publishes its research in books and articles in law journals and other sources, participates in conferences and other forums, and engages in consulting, pro bono representation, service on public boards and commissions, and other public service activities.

Faculty List

Robert Adler
Antony T. Anghie
Robin Kundis Craig
Lincoln Davies
Leslie Francis
Erika George
James R. Holbrook
Robert B. Keiter
William J. Lockhart
John Martinez
Nancy A. McLaughlin
Arnold Reitze
Alexander Tallchief Skibine
Deborah Threedy
Amy Wildermuth

Adjunct Faculty

W. Cullen Battle
Steven E. Clyde
James A. Holtkamp
Tom Mitchell
Clayton J. Parr
Michele Straube