Blake HudsonBurlington Resources Professor in Environmental Law and Edward J. Womac, Jr. Professor in Energy Law
Law Review Articles
Blake Hudson, Uncommon Approaches to Common Problems: Nested Governance Commons and Climate Change, 64 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL (2013 forthcoming). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Coastal Land Loss and the Mitigation-Adaptation Dilemma: Between Scylla and Charybdis, 72 LOUISIANA LAW REVIEW 31 (2012). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Fail-safe Federalism and Climate Change: The Case of U.S. and Canadian Forest Policy, 44 CONNECTICUT LAW REVIEW 925 (2012). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Federal Constitutions, Global Governance, and the Role of Forests in Regulating Climate Change, 87 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1455 (2012). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Federal Constitutions: The Keystone of Nested Commons Governance, 63 ALABAMA LAW REVIEW 1007 (2012). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Climate Change, Forests and Federalism: Seeing the Treaty for the Trees, 82 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO LAW REVIEW 363 (2011). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Commerce in the Commons: A Unified Theory of Natural Capital Regulation Under the Commerce Clause, 35 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 375 (2011). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Reconstituting Land Use Federalism to Address Transitory and Perpetual Disasters: The Bimodal Federalism Framework, 2011 BYU LAW REVIEW 1991 (2011). Full Text
Blake Hudson, Constitutions and the Commons: The Impact of Federalist Structures on Local, National and Global Resource Governance (WASHINGTON, D.C.: RFF PRESS forthcoming 2013).
Chapters in Books
Blake Hudson, Agriculture and Forestry, in Global Climate Change and U.S. Law, (Michael Gerrard and Jody Freeman, eds., American Bar Association) (forthcoming 2d. ed.).