VOLUME 6

FALL 2011

NUMBER 2

ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY
LAW & POLICY JOURNAL

SYMPOSIUM
COUNTING ON CATASTROPHE: HOW ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY LAW ACCOUNT FOR CATASTROPHIC RISKS

 

ITHE AGENCY OF LAW IN NATURAL DISASTER: A HISTORICAL
ANALYSIS
 ..................................................................................................... Arthur F. McEvoy

 

THE “WORST CASE” MAY BE THE BEST: RETHINKING NEPA LAW TO AVOID FUTURE ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTERS …………….......................................................... Victor B. Flatt

 

WHERE THE EXTRACTION FRONTIER MEETS THE SAFETY FRONTIER: DEEPWATER
HORIZON, SAFETY CASES, AND NEPA-AS-
CONTRACT
................................................................................. Michael Barsa & David A. Dana

 

IMPROPER CRIMINAL LIABILITY – Speech Transcription .................................................................................................. Thomas Hagemann

 

EHTICAL ISSUES IN RESPONDING TO CATASTROPHE: INVESTIGATIONS, DISCLOSURES AND CONFIDENCES – Speech Transcription.............................................................................................................. John Dupuy