The Journal of Energy Law and Resources Volume VII Editorial Board announced the Junior Associates selected for publication in Volume VIII.
“The limited number of spots for publication, along with the high volume of excellent papers, made the publication decision process challenging,” said Wesley E. Davis, Notes and Comments Editor for the Journal of Energy Law and Resources Volume VII. “The Volume VII Editorial Board is proud of all of our Junior Associates, and congratulates those chosen for publication.”
- Katelyn Bayhi – A “Litigious State and a Judicial Hellhole” —A Legacy Louisiana Should Be Proud Of?
- Nicole Bell – What a Waste: The Damaging Use of Sewage Diversions in Louisiana Wetlands and the Implications of the Clean Water Act
- Daniel Bosch – Rocking the Boat: The Legal Implications of IMO 2020 for Future IMO Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategies and the Impacts to Louisiana
- Jacob Cunningham – Jurisdiction Adrift: Outlining the Regulatory Boundaries of Floating LNG
- Evans Dorroh – Do You Got a First-Aid Kit Handy, Cuz My Land is Damaged: A Different Perspective on Relocation and Takings
- Scott Johnson – Can Oil and Carbon Mix? Using the “Amount Realized” Analysis from Frey v. Amoco Production Co. for Royalty Payments on Carbon Dioxide Sequestration
- Roya Khosravi – Bound by Paris: States’ Human Rights Obligations as an Impetus for Environmental Protection and Action Against Climate Change
- Rachel Moody – Let’s Tariff Like It’s 1773: The Intelligible Principles Are Coming! Section 232 Tariffs on Steel
- Ashley Randol – Ensure You’re Insured: A Call for Uniform Interpretation of the Pollution Exclusion in Favor of Coverage
- Sarah Simmons – Regulation, Application, Expropriation, Oh My! Exploring Louisiana Pipeline Expropriation Law and the Reforms Needed to Fully Protect Property Owners’ Rights
- TaQuira Thompson – Restoring Control: Get Those Lead Pipes Outta Here