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, N.Y. Times, May 29, 2014 Teaching an Old Law New Tricks
SCOTUSblog, February 5, 2014 Symposium: Soft landings and strategic choices,
Global Climate Change and U.S. Law (Jody Freeman & Mike Gerrard eds., ABA 2014).
, Los Angeles Times, July 9, 2013. Obama must walk a climate tightrope
, 125 Harvard Law Review 1131 (2012) (with Jim Rossi) Agency Coordination in Shared Regulatory Space
, The New York Times, July 5, 2012. The Wise Way to Regulate Gas Drilling
The Obama Administration’s National Auto Policy: Lessons from the “Car 35 Harvard Environmental Law Review 344 (2011). Deal,“
Government by Contract: Outsourcing and American Democracy (Jody Freeman & Martha L. Minow eds., Harvard University Press 2009).
Environmental Law: Cases and Materials (American Casebook Series 8th ed. 2009) (with Daniel A. Farber and Ann E. Carlson).
, Climate Change and U.S. Interests 109 Columbia Law Review 1531 (2009) (with Andrew Guzman).
, Timing and Form of Federal Regulation: The Case of Climate Change 155 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1499 (2007) (with J.R. DeShazo).
, 2007 Sup. Ct. Rev. 51 (2007) (with Adrian Vermeule). Massachusetts v. EPA: From Politics to Expertise
(Jody Freeman & Charles Kolstad eds., Oxford University Press 2006). Moving to Markets in Environmental Regulation, Lessons after Twenty Years of Experience
, 105 Columbia Law Review 2217 (2005) (with J.R. DeShazo). Public Agencies as Lobbyists
, 75 New York University Law Review 543 (2000). The Private Role in Public Governance
Private Parties, Public Functions and the New Administrative Law, in Recrafting the Rule of Law: The Limits of Legal Order 331 (David Dyzenhaus ed., Toronto: Hart Pubishing, 1999) (reprinted in 52 Admin. L. Rev. 818-58 (2000)).
, 45 UCLA Law Review 1 (1997). Collaborative Governance in the Administrative State Richard Lazarus
, 31 The Environmental Forum (2014). Leaders in Clean Air Litigation
, 31 The Environmental Forum (2014). This Term, It’s All About Air Pollution
30 The Environmental Forum 12 (2013) NAAQS: A Judicial Reality Check,
, 30 The Environmental Forum 12 (2013). The Chances of a High Court Review
, 30 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2013). Learning Law Not (Always) Politics
, 30 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2013). As Congress Stalls, the Courts Step In
, 30 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2013). The Reach of Non-Environmental Law
, 30 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2013). When Dissent Turns Into Farce
Environmental Law at the Crossroads: Back 25, Looking Forward 25, 2 Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law (2013).
, 126 Harvard Law Review Forum 152 (2013). Presidential Combat Against Climate Change Norfolk & Western Railway v. Ayers, 538 U.S. 135 (2003),
Essays in Honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 127 Harvard Law Review (2013)
Texas Unconvincing in Clean Air Suit, 29 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2012).
Rules “With All Deliberate Speed,” 29 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2012).
, 29 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2012). A Tale of Two Superfund Cases
, 29 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2012). A Tall Tale That Happens to Be True
29 The Environmental Law Forum 12 (2012). “Poof!,”
The Power of Persuasion Before and Within the Supreme Court of the United States, 2012 University of Illinois Law Review 231. Deep Water: The Gulf Oil Disaster and the Future of Offshore Drilling–Report to the President of the United States (2011) (Executive Director of Commission and Principal Report Author).
The Making of Environmental Law (University of Chicago Press 2004).
, 94 Cornell Law Review 1153 (2009). Super Wicked Problems and Climate Change: Restraining the Present to Liberate the Future
, 96 Georgetown Law Journal 1487 (2008). Advocacy Matters Before and Within the Supreme Court: Transforming the Court by Transforming the Bar
, 81 Tulane Law Review 1019 (2007). Environmental Law After Katrina: Reforming Environmental Law by Reforming Environmental Lawmaking
, 57 Hastings Law Journal 759 (2006). The Measure of a Justice: Justice Scalia and the Faltering of the Property Rights Movement within the U.S. Supreme Court
, 94 Georgetown Law Journal 619 (2006). Congressional Descent: The Demise of Deliberative Democracy in Environmental Law Essay,
, 24 Virginia Environmental Law Journal 231 (2005). Human Nature, the Laws of Nature, and the Nature of Environmental Law
, 47 UCLA Law Review 703 (2000). Restoring What’s Environmental About Environmental Law in the Supreme Court Wendy Jacobs
(Simon & Schuster 2013). Simpler: The Future of Government
Empirically Informed Regulation, 78 University of Chicago Law Review 1349 (2011).
(Yale University Press 2008) (with Richard H. Thaler). Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness
(Harvard University Press 2007). Worst-Case Scenarios
(Basic Books 2004). The Second Bill of Rights: Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Unfinished Revolution and Why We Need It More Than Ever
(Harvard University Press 2003). Why Societies Need Dissent
(Cambridge University Press 2002). Risk and Reason
(translations forthcoming in Spanish, Chinese, and Farsi, paperback 2004)
(paperback ed. 2002). Republic.com
(multiple translations, including Spanish, Italian, Japanese, and Chinese, new afterword, 2002)
, 115 Harvard Law Review 1119 (2002) (reviewing). The Laws of Fear