Student Work

EELP student research assistants are taking a deeper look at regulatory changes and are responding to real time developments. Student-authored white papers are published here.


Nov. 3, 2020 Abandoning structures to rising sea levels, what are the legal issues and solutions?, Jake Hummer, JD 2022

Nov. 3, 2020 Forest Service Proposal Deemphasizes Environmental Concerns to Streamline Oil and Gas Leasing Process, Lindsay Williams, JD 2022

Oct. 22, 2020 Weighing the Risks of Using the CRA to Restore EPA’s Methane StandardsAri Sillman, JD 2021

July 27, 2020 Immediate Executive Action: Unexplored Options for Addressing Climate Change Under the Existing Clean Air Act, Grace Weatherall, JD 2021

July 7, 2020 BOEM predicts offshore wind boom, but where does the industry stand today?, Martin Levy, JD 2020

June 22, 2020 SEC’s Proposed Amendment to Rule 14a-8 May Make Life More Difficult for Climate Investors, Martin Levy, JD 2020

June 22, 2020 Vineyard Wind is One Step Closer to Construction: Will Anything Else Get in the Way?, Martin Levy, JD 2020

May 18, 2020 Socializing the CZMA: How Redefining “Community Resilience” Is Changing Coastal Management, Hannah Perls, JD 2020

May 15, 2020 The Congressional Review Act’s Legal UncertaintiesKevin Chen, JD 2020

May 6, 2020, Interior Rolls Out Controversial E-Bikes Rules, Peter Daniels, JD 2021

April 30, 2020 Defending Science and Collaborative Conservation: Sage-Grouse and Western Watersheds Project v. Schneider (D. Idaho 2019)Peter Daniels, JD 2021

April 23, 2020 Why Congress Should Repeal the Congressional Review ActKevin Chen, JD 2020

April 22, 2020 Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Litigation May Cause Circuit SplitLibby Dimenstein, JD 2022

April 14, 2020 When Industry Support for Stricter Regulation is Good Business: Considering the Car Rules and Methane StandardsMartin Levy, JD 2020

March 24, 2020 Offshore Wind Development: Federal Permitting Program ChallengesMartin Levy, JD 2020

Jan. 28, 2020 The Coal Ash Rule Trilogy Spanning Obama, Trump, and the D.C. Circuit, Katherine Clements, JD 2021