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Volume 29, Number 1

Volume 29, Number 1/ Fall 2013

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW DISTINGUISHED LECTURE:
Racing to the Top: How Regulation Can Be Used to Create Incentives for Industry to Improve Environmental Quality
-Wendy Wagner

ARTICLES:
Recent Developments in Hydraulic Fracturing Regulation and Litigation
-Keith B. Hall

The State of State and Local Governmental Relations As It Impacts the Regulation of Oil and Gas Operations: Has the Shale Revolution Really Changed the Rules of the Game?
-Bruce M. Kramer

Permitting Shale Gas Development
-Emily A. Collins

STUDENT COMMENT:
Concentrating on Healthy Feeding Operations: The National School Lunch Programs, "Cultured Meat," and the Path to a Sustainable Food Future
-Kevin Schneider

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS:
-Erik Woody

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