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  • 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)


  • 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)
  •, 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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