Publications

Books

Editor, Climate Liberalism: Perspectives on Liberty, Property and Pollution  (Palgrave forthcoming).

LET FIFTY FLOWERS BLOOM: ENVIRONMENTAL FEDERALISM FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming). 

 

Editor, MARIJUANA FEDERALISM: UNCLE SAM AND MARY JANE (Brookings Institution Press, 2020) See Here

 

Editor, BUSINESS AND THE ROBERTS COURT (Oxford University Press, 2016). See Here

 

Co-Author, A CONSPIRACY AGAINST OBAMACARE: THE VOLOKH CONSPIRACY AND THE HEALTH CARE CASE (2013). See Here

 

Editor, REBUILDING THE ARK: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT REFORM (2011). See Here

 

Editor, ECOLOGY, LIBERTY & PROPERTY: A FREE MARKET ENVIRONMENTAL READER (2000). See Here

 

Editor, THE COSTS OF KYOTO: CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS (1997). See Here

 

ENVIRONMENTALISM AT THE CROSSROADS: GREEN ACTIVISM IN AMERICA (1995). See Here

Symposium Contributions

All the President’s Papers, 2019-20 CATO SUPREME COURT REVIEW (2020) See Here

 

Conservative Minimalism and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW ONLINE (2020) See Here

 

Uncooperative Environmental Federalism 2.0, 71 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 1101 (2020). See Here

 

Introduction: Property in Ecology, 59 NATURAL RESOURCES JOURNAL x (2019). See Here

 

Auer Evasions, 16 GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 1 (2018). See Here

 

Regulatory Obstacles to Harm-Reduction: The Case of Smoking, 11 NYU JOURNAL OF LAW & LIBERTY 712 (2017). See Here

 

Introduction: In Search of the Pro-Business Court, 67 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 681 (2017). See Here

 

The Science Charade in Species Conservation, 24 SUPREME COURT ECONOMIC REVIEW 109 (2016). See Here

 

Persistent Threats to Commercial Speech, 25 JOURNAL OF LAW & POLICY 289 (2016). See Here

 

Restoring Chevron’s Domain, 81 MISSOURI LAW REVIEW 983 (2016). See Here

 

Anti-Disruption Statutory Construction, 38 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 509 (2016). See Here

 

The Senate Has No Constitutional Obligation to Consider Nominees, 24 GEO. MASON L. REV. 15 (2016). See Here

 

Of Kings to Come: The Future of Health Care Reform Still Remains in Federal Court, 20 JOURNAL OF EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY 133 (2016). See Here

 

King v. Burwell and the Triumph of Selective Contextualism (w/ Michael Cannon), 15 CATO SUPREME COURT REVIEW 35 (2015). See Here

 

Dynamic Environmentalism and Adaptive Management: Legal Obstacles and Opportunities, 11 JOURNAL OF LAW, ECONOMICS & POLICY 133 (2015). See Here

 

Symposium Introduction: Marijuana, Federal Power & the States, 65 CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW 505 (2015). See Here

 

Debate, King v. Burwell and the Validity of Federal Tax Subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, 163 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW ONLINE 215 (2015),. See Here

 

King v. Burwell: Desperately Seeking Ambiguity in Clear Statutory Text (w/ Michael Cannon), 40 JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLITICS, POLICY & LAW 577 (2015) See Here

 

Robert Bork & Commercial Speech, 10 JOURNAL OF LAW, ECONOMICS & POLICY 615 (2014) See Here

 

Climate Balkanization: Dormant Commerce and the Limits of State Energy Policy, 3 LSU JOURNAL OF ENERGY LAW AND RESOURCES 153 (2014) See Here

 

Conservative Principles for Environmental Reform, 23 DUKE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY FORUM 253 (2013). See Here

 

Placing “Reins” on Regulations: Assessing the Proposed REINS Act, 16 NYU JOURNAL OF LEGISLATION & PUBLIC POLICY 1 (2013). See Here

 

Wetlands, Property Rights, and the Due Process Deficit in Environmental Law, 12 CATO SUPREME COURT REVIEW 139 (2012). See Here

 

Eyes on a Climate Prize: Rewarding Energy Innovation to Achieve Climate Stabilization, 42 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER 10712 (2012). See Here

 

Water Rights, Markets, and Changing Ecological Conditions, 42 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 93 (2012). See Here

 

Interstate Competition and the Race to the Top, 35 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 89 (2011). See Here

 

The Supreme Court Disposes of a Nuisance Suit: American Electric Power v. Connecticut, 2010- 11 CATO SUPREME COURT REVIEW 295 (2011). See Here

 

A Tale of Two Climate Cases, 121 YALE LAW JOURNAL ONLINE 109 (2011) See Here

 

Cooperation, Commandeering or Crowding Out? Federal Intervention and State Choices in Health Care Policy, 20 KANSAS JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 199 (2011). See Here

 

Introduction – Symposium on Commercial Speech and Public Health, 21 HEALTH MATRIX 1 (2011). See Here

 

Heat Expands All Things: The Proliferation of Greenhouse Gas Regulation under the Obama Administration, 34 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 421 (2011). See Here

 

Standing Still in the Roberts Court, 59 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 1061 (2009). See Here

 

Taking Property Rights Seriously: The Case of Climate Change, SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY & POLICY, vol. 26, No. 2 (2009). See Here

 

Business, the Environment, and the Roberts Court: A Preliminary Assessment, 49 SANTA CLARA LAW REVIEW 943 (2009). See Here

 

Getting the Roberts Court Right: A Response to Chemerinsky, 54 WAYNE LAW REVIEW 983 (2008). See Here

 

Water Marketing as an Adaptive Response to the Threat of Climate Change, 31 HAMLINE LAW REVIEW 730 (2008). See Here

 

Introduction: Common Law Environmental Protection (w/ Andrew Morriss), 58 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 575 (2008). See Here

 

Reforming Our Wasteful Hazardous Waste Policies, 17 NYU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 724 (2008). See Here

 

Hothouse Flowers: The Vices and Virtues of Climate Federalism, 17 TEMPLE POLITICAL AND CIVIL RIGHTS LAW REVIEW 443 (2008).

 

God, Gaia, The Taxpayer and the Lorax: Standing, Justiciability, and Separation of Powers after Massachusetts and Hein, 20 REGENT UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 175 (2008). See Here

 

Massachusetts v. EPA Heats Up Climate Policy No Less than Administrative Law: A Comment on Professors Watts and Wildermuth, 102 NORTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW COLLOQUY 32 (2007). See Here

 

Warming Up to Climate Change Litigation, 3 VA. L. REV. IN BRIEF 61 (2007). See Here

 

Back to the Future of Conservation: Changing Perceptions of Property Rights & Environmental Protection, 1 NYU JOURNAL OF LAW & LIBERTY 987 (2005). See Here

 

Jurisdictional Mismatch in Environmental Federalism, 14 NYU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 130 (2005). See Here

 

Looking Ahead to the 2005-06 Term, CATO SUPREME COURT REVIEW 2004-05 (2005). See Here

 

Is Morrison Dead? Assessing a Supreme Drug (Law) Overdose, 9 LEWIS & CLARK LAW REVIEW 751 (2005). See Here

 

Frank Meyer: The Fusionist as Federalist, PUBLIUS Vo. 34 No. 4 (Fall 2004). See Here

 

The Fable of Federal Environmental Regulation, 55 CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW REVIEW 93 (2004). See Here

 

Remarks on Regulating Genetically Modified Foods: Is Mandatory Labeling the Right Answer?, 10 RICHMOND JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY (2004). See Here

 

Introduction: The Virtues and Vices of Skeptical Environmentalism (with Andrew Morriss), 53 CASE WESTERN LAW REVIEW 249 (2002). See Here

 

Legal Obstacles to Private Ordering in Marine Fisheries, 8 ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 9 (2002). See Here

 

Stand or Deliver: Citizen Suits, Standing, and Environmental Protection, 12 DUKE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY FORUM 39 (2001). See Here

 

The Cartagena Protocol and Biological Diversity: Biosafe or Bio-Sorry? 12 GEORGETOWN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 761 (2000). See Here

Monographs

Bootleggers, Baptists and E-Cigarettes (w/ R. Meiners, A. Morriss & B. Yandle), (2015). See Here

 

A More Modest Court: The Ohio Supreme Court’s Newfound Judicial Restraint (w/ Christina M. Adler) (Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies, 2008). See Here

 

Let Fifty Flowers Bloom: Transforming the State into Laboratories Environmental Policy (Federalism Project/American Enterprise Institute, 2001). See Here

 

Greenhouse Policy without Regrets, Lead Author (Competitive Enterprise Institute, 2000). See Here

 

Environmental Performance at the Bench: The EPA's Record in Federal Court POLICY STUDY NO. 269 (Reason Public Policy Institute, 2000). See Here

 

Free Market Environmental Bibliography, 4 th Edition, Editor (Competitive Enterprise Institute, 1996). See Here

 

Time to Reopen the Clean Air Act: Clearing Away the Regulatory Smog (w/ K.H. Jones), POLICY ANALYSIS NO. 233 (Cato Institute, 1995). See Here

 

Property Rights Reader, Editor (Competitive Enterprise Institute, 1995). See Here

 

Taken to the Cleaners: A Case Study of the Overregulation of American Small Business POLICY ANALYSIS NO. 233 (Cato Institute, 1993). See Here

Law Review Articles

Displacement and Preemption of Climate Nuisance Claims, 17 Journal of Law, Economics, & Policy (2022) forthcoming.

 

Super-Deference and Heightened Scrutiny, 74 Florida Law Review (2022) forthcoming.

 

The Legal and Administrative Risks of Climate Regulation, 51 Environmental Law Reporter 10485 (2021). See Here

Delegation and Time (w/ Christopher Walker), 105 IOWA LAW REVIEW 1931 (2020). See Here

 

Is the Clean Air Act Unconstitutional? Coercion, Cooperative Federalism, and Conditional Spending after NFIB v. Sebelius (w/ Nathaniel Stewart), 43 ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY 671 (2016). See Here

 

Baptists, Bootleggers, and Electronic Cigarettes (w/ Roger Meiners, Andrew Morriss & Bruce Yandle), 33 YALE JOURNAL ON REGULATION 313 (2016). See Here

 

Compelled Commercial Speech and the Consumer Right-to-Know, 58 ARIZONA LAW REVIEW 421 (2016). See Here

 

Learning How to Fish: Catch Shares and the Future of Fishery Conservation (with Nathaniel Stewart), 31 UCLA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY REVIEW 150 (2013). See Here

 

Taxation without Representation: The Illegal IRS Rule to Expand Tax Credits under the PPACA (with Michael Cannon), 23 HEALTH MATRIX: JOURNAL OF LAW-MEDICINE 119 (2013). See Here

 

Eyes on a Climate Prize: Rewarding Energy Innovation to Achieve Climate Stabilization, 35 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 1 (2011). (Selected to be excerpted in annual ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY REVIEW issue of ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER (2012)). See Here

 

The Rest Is Silence: Chevron Deference, Agency Jurisdiction, and Statutory Silences (with Nathan Sales), 2009 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 1497 (2009). See Here

 

Money or Nothing: The Adverse Environmental Consequences of Uncompensated Land-Use Controls, 49 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 301 (2008). (Selected for inclusion in LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 2009-10, compendium of ten best articles on land use or environmental law in 2008.) See Here

 

When Is Two a Crowd: The Impact of Federal Action on State Environmental Regulation, 31 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 67 (2007). (Finalist, LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 2008-09, compendium of ten best articles on land use or environmental law in 2007.) See Here

 

The Green Costs of Kelo: Economic Development Takings and Environmental Protection (with Ilya Somin), 84 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (2006). See Here

 

Reckoning with Rapanos: Revisiting “Waters of the United States” and the Limits of Federal Wetland Regulation, 14 MISSOURI ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY REVIEW 1 (2006). See Here

 

Judicial Federalism and the Future of Federal Environmental Regulation, 90 IOWA LAW REVIEW 377 (2005). See Here

 

Conservation through Collusion: Antitrust as an Obstacle to Marine Resource Conservation, 61 WASHINGTON AND LEE LAW REVIEW 3 (2004). See Here 

 

Fables of the Cuyahoga: Reconstructing a History of Environmental Protection, 14 FORDHAM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 89 (2002). See Here

 

Let 50 Flowers Bloom: Transforming the States into Laboratories of Environmental Policy, 31 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER 11284 (2001). See Here

 

The Ducks Stop Here? The Environmental Challenge to Federalism, 9 SUPREME COURT ECONOMIC REVIEW 205 (2001). (Finalist, LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW, ten best articles on land use or environmental law in 2001; reprinted in ECONOMICS OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (R. Epstein ed. 2009)). See Here

 

Free and Green: A New Approach to Environmental Protection, 24 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 653 (2001). (Finalist, LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW, ten best articles on land use or environmental law in 2001.) See Here

 

More Sorry than Safe: Assessing the Precautionary Principle and the Proposed International Biosafety Protocol, 35 TEXAS INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 173 (2000). See Here 

 

Wetlands, Waterfowl, and the Menace of Mr. Wilson: Commerce Clause Jurisprudence and the Limits of Federal Wetlands Regulation, 29 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1 (1999). See Here

Book Contributions

A ‘Step Zero’ for Delegations, in in The Administrative State Before the Supreme Court: Perspectives on the Nondelegation Doctrine (Peter Wallison & John Yoo eds., AEI Press 2022) See Here

 

Introduction, MARIJUANA FEDERALISM: UNCLE SAM AND MARY JANE (J. Adler ed., Brookings Institution Press, 2020). See Here

 

Environmental Protection: Final Frontier or Achilles Heel? THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF CLASSICAL LIBERAL THOUGHT (T. Henderson ed., 2018). See Here

 

Business as Usual? The Roberts Court and Environmental Law, in BUSINESS AND THE ROBERTS COURT (J. Adler ed. 2016). See Here

 

Introduction: In Search of the Probusiness Court, in BUSINESS AND THE ROBERTS COURT (J. Adler ed. 2016). 

See Here

 

The Ad Hoc Implementation and Enforcement of Health Care Reform, in LIBERTY’S NEMESIS: THE UNCHECKED EXPANSION OF THE STATE (D. Reuter & J. Yoo eds., 2016) See Here

 

The Future of Health Care Reform Remains in Federal Court, in THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE REFORM IN THE UNITED STATES (M. Schill & A. Malani eds., 2015). See Here

 

(various), A CONSPIRACY AGAINST OBAMACARE: THE VOLOKH CONSPIRACY AND THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (Trevor Burrus ed., 2013). See Here

 

Judicial Minimalism, the Mandate, and Mr. Roberts, THE HEALTH CARE CASES: THE SUPREME COURT’S DECISION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS (N. Persily, G. Metzger, & T. Morrison, eds., 2013). See Here

 

The False Promise of Federalization, in SILENT SPRING AT 50: THE FALSE CRISES OF RACHEL CARSON (A. Morriss, R. Meiners & P. Desrochers eds. 2012). See Here

 

Labeling the Little Things, THE NANOTECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE (D. Dana ed., 2011). See Here

 

The Leaky Ark: The Failure of Endangered Species Regulation on Private Land, REBUILDING THE ARK: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT REFORM (J. Adler ed., 2011). See Here

 

The Problems with Precaution: A Principle without Principle, CROP CHEMOPHOBIA (J. Entine ed., 2010). See Here

 

Perverse Incentives and the Endangered Species Act, ISSUES OF THE DAY: 100 COMMENTARIES ON CLIMATE, ENERGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORTATION, AND PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY (Ian W.H. Parry & Felicia Day eds., 2010). See Here

 

Taking Property Rights Seriously, THE ENVIRONMENT: PHILOSOPHY AND POLICY (Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr., and Jeffrey Paul, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2009). See Here

 

Environment, THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LIBERTARIANISM (R. Hamowy ed., 2008). See Here

 

Marsh Madness, in INCENTIVES AND CONSERVATION: THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENVIRONMENTALISM (D. Benjamin ed., 2004). See Here

 

Antitrust Barriers to Cooperative Fishery Management, in THE EVOLUTION OF PROPERTY RIGHTS IN FISHERIES (D. Leal ed., 2004). See Here

 

Letting Fifty Flowers Bloom: Using Federalism to Spur Environmental Innovation, in THE JURISDYNAMICS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: CHANGE AND THE PRAGMATIC VOICE IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (J. Chen ed., 2004). See Here

 

Do Conservation Conventions Conserve? in SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PROMOTING PROGRESS OR PERPETUATING POVERTY? (J. Morris, ed. 2002). See Here

 

The Precautionary Principle’s Challenge to Progress, in GLOBAL WARMING AND OTHER ECO-MYTHS (R. Bailey, ed. 2002). See Here

 

Clean Politics, Dirty Profits, in POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM: GOING BEHIND THE GREEN CURTAIN (T. Anderson, ed., 2000). See Here

 

Benchmarks (w/ Peter Cazamias), in THE TRUE STATE OF THE PLANET (R. Bailey, ed., 1995). See Here

 

Clean Fuels, Dirty Air, in ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS: PUBLIC COSTS, PRIVATE REWARDS (M. Greve and F. Smith, eds., 1992). See Here

Essays & Reviews

Shadow Orders Keep Courts in Line, Environmental Forum, Jan/Feb 2022.

 

The Law of “. . . Or Else” (Review of P. Hamburger, Purchasing Submission: Conditions, Power, and Freedom), National Review, Dec. 27, 2021. See Here

 

The Administrative Presidency Encounters Opportunistic Federalism (Review of F. Thompson, K. Wong, & B. Rabe, Trump, the Administrative Presidency, and Federalism), Regulation (Winter 2021-22) See Here

 

Markets and Dematerialization (Review of A. McAfee, More From Less: The Surprising Story of How We Learned to Prosper Using Fewer Resources – and What Happens Next), Regulation (Winter 2021-22) See Here

 

Conservatives Need to Engage in Climate Policy Debate, The Bulwark, Aug. 20, 2021. See Here

 

A Rearguard Defense of the Administrative State (review of C. Sunstein & A. Vermeule, Law & Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative State), Regulation, Summer 2021. See Here

How Green Is the Roberts Court? THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM (Nov/Dec 2020) (cover story). See Here

 

Taking Carbon to Court [Review of R. Lazarus, The Rule of Five: Making Climate History at the Supreme Court] THE NEW ATLANTIS (Fall 2020). See Here

 

What Makes Marijuana Dispensaries Essential Businesses? Even When Federal Law Technically Prohibits Them, LITHUB, June 30, 2020. See Here

 

This Is the Real John Roberts, NEW YORK TIMES, July 7, 2020. See Here

 

Conservative Ideology and the Environment [Review of Turner & Isenberg, The Republican Reversal: Conservative and the Environment From Nixon to Trump], REGULATION (Summer 2020). See Here

 

Is Administrative Law Immoral? (Review of Richard Epstein, The Dubious Morality of Modern Administrative Law), NATIONAL REVIEW, May 18, 2020. See Here

 

A Reply to Our Interlocutors (w/ Christopher Walker), THE REGULATORY REVIEW, March 11, 2020 See Here

 

Reviving Congress’s Ambition (w/ Christopher Walker), THE REGULATORY REVIEW, March 2, 2020. See Here

 

Nondelegation for the Delegators (w/ Christopher Walker), REGULATION, Spring 2020 See Here

 

Trump Pulled Us Out of the Paris Accord. So What’s the Conservative Playbook for Climate Change? LOS ANGELES TIMES, Nov. 5, 2019. See Here

 

Not Mandates, But Facilitation and Encouragement, THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, September/October 2019. See Here

 

What’s Wrong with Chevron Deference Is Congress, NATIONAL REVIEW, June 24, 2019. See Here

 

Redefining Waters of the United States, REGULATION, Summer 2019. See Here

 

What the Lawless Obamacare Ruling Means (w/ Abbe Gluck), THE NEW YORK TIMES, Dec. 15, 2018. See Here

 

Hostile Environment, NATIONAL REVIEW, Oct. 15, 2018. See Here

 

Will Kavanaugh Curb Sloppy White House Deregulation? THE NEW YORK TIMES, July 18, 2018. See Here

An Obamacare Case So Wrong It Has Provoked a Bipartisan Outcry” (w/ Abbe Gluck), THE NEW YORK TIMES, June 19, 2018. See Here

 

Markets the Rule, Government the Exception,” THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, May/June 2018. See Here

 

The Case for Fewer Lawyers (review of B. Barros & S. Bibas, Rebooting Justice), WALL STREET JOURNAL, Sept. 7, 2017. See Here

 

Pangloss and the Bureaucrats (review of A. Vermeule, Law’s Abnegation), NATIONAL REVIEW, Feb. 6, 2017 See Here

 

Accounting for Dynamic Nature, PERC REPORTS, Summer 2016. See Here

 

An Administrative Law Fairy Tale, LIBERTY LAW FORUM, Feb. 12, 2016. See Here

 

Redefining Waters of the United States, PERC REPORTS, Winter 2015. See Here

Bootleggers, Baptists, and E-Cigs (w/ R. Meiners, A. Morriss & B. Yandle), REGULATION (Spring 2015). See Here

 

Learning How to Fish (w/ Nathaniel Stewart), REGULATION, Spring 2014. See Here

 

The Conservative Record on Environmental Policy (review of J. Layzer, Open for Business: Conservatives' Opposition to Environmental Regulation), THE NEW ATLANTIS (Summer 2013). See Here

 

Navigating the Coming Water Crisis (Review of L. Solomon, America’s Water and Wastewater Crisis: The Role of Private Enterprise), LIBERTY LAW BLOG, July 12, 2013. See Here

 

The D.C. Circuit Is Hardly in Crisis, THE ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, May/June 2013. See Here

 

How Not to Label GM Foods, THE NEW ATLANTIS (Summer 2012). See Here

 

Positive Steps, Silver Linings (with Nathaniel Stewart), NATIONAL REVIEW, July 30, 2012. See Here

 

Is the Common Law the Free Market Solution to Pollution? CRITICAL REVIEW vol. 24, no. 1 (2012). See Here

 

Some Shade of Green, NATIONAL REVIEW, December 31, 2011. See Here

 

The Challenge of Regulating Objectively (review of D. Kysar, Regulating from Nowhere: Environmental Law and the Search for Objectivity), THE NEW ATLANTIS (Spring 2011). See Here

 

Will the REINS Act Rein in Federal Regulation? REGULATION, vol. 34, no. 2 (2011). See Here

 

(Mostly) Realism on Global Warming (review of R. Pielke Jr., The Climate Fix: What Scientists and Politicians Won’t Tell You about Global Warming), REGULATION, vol. 34, no. 1 (2011). See Here

 

The EPA’s Carbon Footprint, REASON (March 2010). See Here

 

The Record of the Roberts Court in Environmental Cases: Pro-Business or Pro-Government? ENGAGE, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2010). See Here

 

The Clean Water Land Grab, REGULATION, vol. 32, no. 4 (2009-2010). See Here

 

Kindler, Gentler Cost-Benefit Analysis (review of R. Revesz & M. Livermore, Retaking Rationality: How Cost Benefit Analysis Can Better Protect the Environment and Our Health), REGULATION, vol. 32, no. 4 (2009-2010). See Here

 

Conservation without Regulation: Property-Based Environmental Protection (transcript of talk at University of Cincinnati College of Law), ENGAGE, vol. 10, Issue 2 (2009). See Here

 

Warming Up to Water Markets, REGULATION, vol. 31, no. 4 (2008). See Here

 

The Green Bridge to Nowhere, (review of J. Speth, The Bridge at the End of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability), THE NEW ATLANTIS (Fall 2008). See Here

 

An Animal to Save the World, THE NEW ATLANTIS (Summer 2008). See Here

 

Backing Up Words with (Intelligent, Targeted) Action, THE NEW REPUBLIC ONLINE, January 30, 2008. See Here

Anti-Conservation Incentives, REGULATION, vol. 30, no. 4 (2007). See Here

 

Can the Golden State Catch a Greenhouse Waiver?, ENGAGE (2007). See Here

 

Devaluing Science, review of R. Pielke, The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics, THE NEW ATLANTIS (Summer 2007). See Here

 

Don’t Politicize Science (Unless You’re on My Side), review of C. Mooney, The Republican War on Science, REGULATION (Spring 2007). See Here

 

Standing in the Hot-Seat: Climate Change Litigation, ENGAGE, Vol. 8, No. 1 (2007). See Here

 

Prosecuting Journalists Would be Unprecedented and Unwise, NATIONAL SECURITY LAW REPORT, Vol. 28, No. 3 (September 2006). See Here

 

Review of D. Schoenbrod, Saving the Environment from Washington, INDEPENDENT REVIEW, Vol. 10, No. 4 (Summer 2006). See Here

 

How to Protect Environmental Protections? 25 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER 10413 (2005) (roundtable transcript). See Here

 

A Vast-Right Wing Conspiracy: It’s Neither Vast nor a Conspiracy. Discuss, LEGAL AFFAIRS (May-June 2005). See Here

 

Conservation Cartels: How Competition Policy Conflicts with Environmental Protection, REGULATION Vol. 27, No. 4 (2004). See Here

 

The Role of the Judiciary in Preserving Federalism, 1 GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY, Symposium Issue 49 (2002). See Here

 

(Review) Free Market Environmentalism Revised Edition, 22 CATO JOURNAL 182 (2002). See Here

 

Judicial Federalism Not Anti-Environment, ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM, vol. 19, No. 4 (2002). See Here

 

Waste & the Dormant Commerce Clause – A Reply (response to Richard Epstein), 3 GREEN BAG 2D 353 (2000). See Here

 

Faux Market Environmentalism, REGULATION, Vol. 23, No. 1 (2000). See Here

 

Swamp Rules: The End of Federal Wetlands Regulation? REGULATION, Vol. 22, No. 2 (1999). See Here

 

There’s No Justice in EPA’s Environmental Justice Policy, 6 CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY 183 (1999). See Here

 

A New Environmental Federalism, FORUM FOR APPLIED RESEARCH AND PUBLIC POLICY (Winter 1998). See Here

Bean Counting for a Better Earth: Environmental Enforcement at the EPA, REGULATION, Vol. 21, No. 2 (1998). See Here

 

Rent-Seeking Behind the Green Curtain, REGULATION, Vol. 19, No. 4 (1996). See Here