Saturday, December 26, 2015

2015 Best of Land Use Scholarship, Part III: Most Cited Land Use Articles in the Last Ten Years (The Middle Game)

In the first look at the "best of" land use scholarship, I provided a list of all of the land use-related articles appearing in the Top 50 law reviews, as ranked by the quasi-authoritative Washington & Lee ranking methodology.  In a second post, I turned to the question of land use scholarship impact over time.  [See second post for methodology.]  In that second post, I provided a list of the 30 most-cited land use-related law review articles published within the last 3 years (since January 1, 2013).  Today, we look at the most-cited land use-related law articles published within the last 10 years, which I'm referring to as the "middle game."  

If you have access to Westlaw, you should be able to click on the highlighted link below and go straight to the article.

Without further ado, here are the 30 most cited land use related articles published within the last ten years (since January 1, 2006):

 

  1. 1. ASYMMETRICAL REGULATION: RISK, PREEMPTION, AND THE FLOOR/CEILING DISTINCTION

    New York University Law Review December, 2007 82 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1547 William W. Buzbee

      2. THE LIMITS OF BACKLASH: ASSESSING THE POLITICAL RESPONSE TO KELO

      Minnesota Law Review June, 2009 93 Minn. L. Rev. 2100 Ilya Somin

        3. SUPER WICKED PROBLEMS AND CLIMATE CHANGE: RESTRAINING THE PRESENT TO LIBERATE THE FUTURE

        Cornell Law Review July, 2009 94 Cornell L. Rev. 1153 Richard J. Lazarus

          4. CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: BUILDING BRIDGES TO THE NO-ANALOG FUTURE

          Boston University Law Review February, 2008 88 B.U. L. Rev. 1 J.B. Ruhl

            5. FROM COOPERATIVE TO INOPERATIVE FEDERALISM: THE PERVERSE MUTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY

            Wake Forest Law Review Fall 2006 41 Wake Forest L. Rev. 719 Robert L. Glicksman

              6. THE NEW SERVITUDES

              Georgetown Law Journal March, 2008 96 Geo. L.J. 885 Molly Shaffer Van Houweling

                7. “STATIONARITY IS DEAD” -- LONG LIVE TRANSFORMATION: FIVE PRINCIPLES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION LAW

                Harvard Environmental Law Review 2010 34 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 9 Robin Kundis Craig

                  8. LAND VIRTUES

                  Cornell Law Review May, 2009 94 Cornell L. Rev. 821 Eduardo M. Peñalver

                    9. CLIMATE CHANGE, DEAD ZONES, AND MASSIVE PROBLEMS IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE: A GUIDE FOR WHITTLING AWAY

                    California Law Review February, 2010 98 Cal. L. Rev. 59 J.B. Ruhl, James Salzman

                      10. OF BABIES AND BATHWATER: WHY THE CLEAN AIR ACT'S COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM FRAMEWORK IS USEFUL FOR ADDRESSING GLOBAL WARMING

                      Arizona Law Review 2008 50 Ariz. L. Rev. 799 Holly Doremus , W. Michael Hanemann

                        11. TAKINGS LAW TODAY: A PRIMER FOR THE PERPLEXED

                        Ecology Law Quarterly 2007 34 Ecology L.Q. 307 Robert Meltz

                          12. THE USELESSNESS OF PUBLIC USE

                          Columbia Law Review October 2006 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1412 Abraham Bell , Gideon Parchomovsky

                            13. REGULATING LAND USE IN A CONSTITUTIONAL SHADOW: THE INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXTS OF EXACTIONS

                            Hastings Law Journal March, 2007 58 Hastings L.J. 729 Mark Fenster

                              14. THE CHANGING CULTURE OF AMERICAN LAND USE REGULATION: PAYING FOR GROWTH WITH IMPACT FEES

                              SMU Law Review Winter 2006 59 SMU L. Rev. 177 Ronald H. Rosenberg

                                15. CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND THE STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

                                Environmental Law Spring 2010 40 Envtl. L. 363 J.B. Ruhl

                                  16. COOPERATIVE LOCALISM: FEDERAL-LOCAL COLLABORATION IN AN ERA OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY

                                  Virginia Law Review June, 2007 93 Va. L. Rev. 959 Nestor M. Davidson

                                    17. FEDERALISM AND THE TUG OF WAR WITHIN: SEEKING CHECKS AND BALANCE IN THE INTERJURISDICTIONAL GRAY AREA

                                    Maryland Law Review 2007 66 Md. L. Rev. 503 Erin Ryan

                                      18. RESHAPING MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY LAWS TO FOSTER GREEN BUILDING, ENERGY EFFICIENCY, AND RENEWABLE ENERGY

                                      New York University Environmental Law Journal 2008 16 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1 Edna Sussman

                                        19. LAND ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS

                                        Harvard Law Review April, 2008 121 Harv. L. Rev. 1465 Michael Heller , Rick Hills

                                          20. THE QUIET REVOLUTION REVIVED: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN, LAND USE REGULATION, AND THE STATES

                                          Minnesota Law Review November, 2008 93 Minn. L. Rev. 231 Sara C. Bronin

                                            21. THE PUBLIC USE CLAUSE: CONSTITUTIONAL MANDATE OR “HORTATORY FLUFF”?

                                            Pepperdine Law Review January 2006 33 Pepp. L. Rev. 335 Gideon Kanner

                                              22. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AFTER GONZALES: A LOOK AT STATE RFRAS

                                              South Dakota Law Review 2010 55 S.D. L. Rev. 466 Christopher C. Lund

                                                23. BIG DIFFERENCES FOR SMALL GOVERNMENTS: LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND THE TAKINGS CLAUSE

                                                New York University Law Review November, 2006 81 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1624 Christopher Serkin

                                                  24. NEGOTIATING FEDERALISM

                                                  Boston College Law Review January, 2011 52 B.C. L. Rev. 1 Erin Ryan

                                                    25. THE NEW INNER CITY: CLASS TRANSFORMATION, CONCENTRATED AFFLUENCE AND THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE POLICE POWER

                                                    University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law January, 2006 8 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1 Audrey G. McFarlane

                                                      26. EMINENT DOMAIN AND THE SANCTITY OF HOME

                                                      Notre Dame Law Review March, 2006 81 Notre Dame L. Rev. 783 John Fee

                                                        27. THE LAW AND POLICY BEGINNINGS OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES

                                                        Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law Spring, 2007 22 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 157 J.B. Ruhl , James Salzman

                                                          28. THE TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS AND THE MYTH OF A PRIVATE PROPERTY SOLUTION

                                                          University of Colorado Law Review Spring 2007 78 U. Colo. L. Rev. 533 Amy Sinden

                                                            29. THE SCALE OF NETWORKS?: LOCAL CLIMATE CHANGE COALITIONS

                                                            Chicago Journal of International Law Winter 2008 8 Chi. J. Int'l L. 409 Hari M. Osofsky , Janet Koven Levit

                                                              30. THE TROJAN HORSE OF ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION LINE SITING AUTHORITY

                                                              Environmental Law Fall 2009 39 Envtl. L. 1015 Jim Rossi
                                                               

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