Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Utah Law Review Annual Special Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law Issue

The Utah Law Review--the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law's flagship publication--has announced that it will begin publishing an annual special issue on environmental, natural resources, and energy law.  The issue will publish on a schedule opposite the Colorado Law Review's special natural resources law issue.  The announcement and details are below:

The Utah Law Review is excited to announce the inaugural Environmental & Natural Resources Issue, to be published next winter, Utah Law Review, Vol. 2013, No. 6 (expected in print December 2013).

This new special winter issue, Issue 6 of each year’s Utah Law Review, replaces the Utah Environmental Law Review specialty journal.  This robust issue will feature 4 to 6 scholarly works solicited through article selection, student works, and dynamic symposium pieces published in coordination with the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment. Published works will focus on significant issues in natural resources, energy, and environmental law and policy.   

We look forward to working with scholars to publish pieces that illuminate the challenges and opportunities in this evolving and critically important field.  While we will be selecting a majority of our articles through the spring article submission process, we also plan to reserve space for articles submitted in the fall submission season.

For more information, please contact:

Stephen Dent
Editor-in-Chief
Utah Law Review
Stephen.Dent@law.utah.edu

Erin St. John
Environmental Editor
Utah Law Review
Erin.StJohn@law.utah.edu


-Lincoln Davies

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