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It’s Raining Cert Petitions!: Last Term’s Biggest Supreme Court News

It’s Raining Cert Petitions!: Last Term’s Biggest Supreme Court News

By Richard Lazarus — Sep. 11, 2014 at 9:05 a.m. This article originally appeared in the September/October 2014 issue of The..

Internal Agency Review, Authoritativeness, and Mead

By Brendan C. Selby   Cite as: Brendan C. Selby, Internal Agency Review, Authoritativeness, and Mead, 37 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 539..

New York v. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

By Hillary H. Harnett The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (“NRC” or “the Commission”) licenses and regulates the..

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission v. United States

By David Baake The Fifth Amendment’s Takings Clause provides that private property shall not be “taken for public use, without just..

Mingo Logan Coal Co. v. EPA

By Joshua Purtle Cite as: Joshua Purtle, Comment, Mingo Logan Coal Co. v. EPA, 37 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 283 (2013).

Changing Climate, Unchanging Act, Improvising Agency, Enabling Court: The Story of Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA

By Laura King Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA follows from and amplifies the Supreme Court’s decision in Massachusetts v...

Federalism in the Air: Is the Clean Air Act’s “My Way or No Highway” Provision Constitutional After NFIB v. Sebelius?

By David Baake Since the New Deal era, the Supreme Court has interpreted the Spending Clause to permit Congress to use conditional grants..

Wilderness, the Courts, and the Effect of Politics on Judicial Decisionmaking

By Peter A. Appel Empirical analyses of cases from federal courts have attempted to determine the effect of judges’ political ideology on..