Tag Archives: environmental law

Advisory Opinions, Remedial Discretion, and Non-APA Programmatic Challenges: Center for Biological Diversity v. U.S. Forest Service

by Bernard Bell — Tuesday, June 4, 2019

You may be familiar with fictional gunmen’s euphemistic boast: “the victim died of poising, lead poising!”  Apparently in the Kaibab National Forest, located largely in northern Arizona, animals die from euphemistic and non-euphemistic lead poisoning.  First, hunters shoot big game (such as bison and elk) using lead ammunition, a euphemistic “lead poising;” then scavengers, such as […]

Administrative Law Without Courts

by Christopher J. Walker — Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016@chris_j_walker

This Friday the Florida State University College of Law is hosting a terrific conference entitled Environmental Law Without Courts. The conference builds on the law school’s prior conference on environmental law without Congress. As the conference website explains, “[t]his conference will bring together prominent environmental and administrative law scholars from across the country, and explore […]