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Volume 41: Book 4

Volume 41: Book 4

Book 3


Vermont Law School’s 19th Annual Conference on

LITIGATING TAKINGS CHALLENGES TO LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

Tulane University School of Law–November 4, 2016

Panel: The Takings Legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia

Antonin Scalia’s Flawed Takings Legacy

by John D. Echeverria

Justice Scalia’s Rule of Law and Law of Takings

by Nicole Stelle Garnett

A Hobbesian Bundle of Lockean Sticks: The Property Rights Legacy of Justice Scalia

by J. Peter Byrne

 

ARTICLES

Justice in Taxation

by Tyler A. LeFevre

Trust or Bust: Complications with Tribal Trust Obligations and Environmental Sovereignty

 by Nadia B. Ahmad

 

VERMONT LAW REVIEW NOTE COMPETITION RUNNER-UP

Balancing the Fishes’ Scales: Tribal, State, and Federal Interests in Fishing Rights and Water Quality in Maine

by Patrick Marass

 

STUDENT NOTE

Giza to the Galápagos: A Critique of the Current UNESCO World Heritage System and How to Fix It

by Tim Cunningham

Submissions The Vermont Law Review continually seeks articles, commentaries, essays, and book reviews on any subject concerning recent developments in state, federal, Native American, or international law.

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