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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

  • Expectations in the Mirror: Lawyer Professionalism and the Errors of Mandatory Aspirations, 44 Florida State Law Review, Issue 3 (Spring 2017)(forthcoming)
  • Sunburned: How Misuse of the Public Records Laws Creates an Overburdened, More Expensive, and Less Transparent Government, 44 Stetson Law Review 425 (2015)
  • Victims of Disorganized Thinking: When Law Students with Mental Health Issues Confront Florida’s Unconstitutional Inquisition, 4 Mental Health Law & Policy Journal 87 (2015)
  • Why FACA Doesn’t Like facebook: Social Media, Public Input, and the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 9 Charleston Law Review 75 (Fall 2014)
  • Appealing Administrative Action: The Threshold Considerations, Florida Bar Journal 88(5): 39 (May 2014)
  • Redefining Professionalism: Florida’s Code Mandating the Aspirational Raises Challenging Questions, Florida Bar Journal 87(9):39 (Nov. 2013)
  • Contributor and Editor, Hawkins Commission on Review of the Discipline System (2012).
  • “Controlling Jurisdiction” and the Duty to Disclose Adverse Authority: Florida’s District Courts of Appeal Reign Supreme on Matters of First Impression, Florida Bar Journal 85(10):46 (Dec. 2011)
  • Attorney’s fees. ABA Administrative Law Section Annual Update (2005-06, 2004-05, 2003-04)
  • Professionalism: I Know It When I See It? Florida Bar Journal 79(7):38 (July 2005)

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

  • Management On the Fly: Water and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Chapter TBD in Robert Abrams,   Impact of Federal Environmental Laws On Use of Water Resources (ABA Press, forthcoming)
  • Flee the Rising Sea? South Florida’s Choice of Leadership or Litigation, Chapter 7 in Randall Abate, Climate Justice: Case Studies in Global and Regional Governance Challenges (ELI Press 2016)
  • Rising Seas, Receding Ethics? Why Real Estate Professionals Should Seek the Moral High Ground, 6 Washington & Lee Journal of Energy, Climate and Environment 2:402 (2015)
  • “Who Says that Fish Filet Is Sustainable?” Chapter 8, Randy Abate, What Can Animal Law Learn from Environmental Law? ELI Press (2015)
  • Lance H. Gunderson, Ahjond Garmestani, Keith W. Rizzardi and J.B. Ruhl, Escaping a Rigidity Trap; Governance and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change in the Everglades Social Ecological System, 51 Idaho Law Review 127 (2014)
  • “Marine Mammal Protection Act in an Era of Climate Change,” Chapter 9, Randy Abate, Ocean & Coastal Law in the Climate Change Context: Domestic and International Regulatory Challenges, Oxford Press (2014)
  • Sea Level Lies: The Duty to Confront the Denier, 44 Stetson Law Review 75 (Fall 2014)
    – The Duty to Advise the Lorax: Environmental Advocacy and the Risk of Reform, 37 William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review 25 (2012)
  • Regulating Restoration: Why the Perfect Permit is the Enemy of the Good Project. 27 Nova Law Review 51 (2002)
  • Translating Science Into Law: Phosphorus Standards in the Everglades. 17 Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law 149 (2001)The Everglades Ecosystem: From Engineering to Litigation to Consensus-Based Restoration. Co-authored with John J. Fumero, 13 St. Thomas University Law Review 667 (2001)
  • The Everglades in Jeopardy: A Drama Starring the Endangered Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow. 27 Florida State University Law Review 349 (2000)
  • Toothless? The Endangered Manatee and Florida Manatee Sanctuary Act. 24 Florida State University Law Review 377 (1997) cited in GDF Realty Investments, Ltd. v. Norton, 326 F.3d 622, (5th Cir. 2003)
  • ESAblawg.com, the Endangered Species Act blog (2008-2012)(earned Top 50 Blogs of 2011 from LexisNexis Environmental Law & Climate Change Community)
  • §7 Consultation, The Florida Bar Environmental & Land Use Law Treatise (updated 2000, 2004
  • Implementing Legally Mandated Science and Peer Review in Support of the Everglades Restoration Program; Co-authored with T. Fontaine, G. Redfield. 123 Water Resources Update 21 (2003)
  • Alligators and Litigators: A History of Everglades Litigation. Florida Bar Journal 75(3):18 (March 2001)

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