6362 Natural Resources Law - HUDSON- 28044
Blake Hudson (FACULTY)
Course Areas: Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental Law
Time: 1:00p-2:30p TTH Location: 111 TUII
Course Outline: Natural Resources Law is the body of legal rules and processes that govern the human use, management, and protection of nature. In this course, we will survey the history of resource acquisition and management as well as current mechanisms for the management, use, and preservation of natural resources, including wildlife, wilderness, rivers, national parks, and energy. Among other issues, we will consider the history, jurisdiction, and authority of land management agencies and various statutes such as the Endangered Species Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, and the Federal Land Policy Management Act, to name a few. Throughout our study of these doctrinal issues, we will also consider competing ideas about how and why natural resources should be valued, used, and conserved. The objectives of this course are to teach the substantive law of the subject matter in a comprehensive manner, to consider ethical and professional questions related to the subject matter, and to integrate the subject matter with the analytical and practical skills necessary to the practice of law.
Course Syllabus: Syllabus
First Day Assignments: Please visit the course page on TWEN for your assignments for the first class.
Final Exam Schedule: 12/03 1-4pm 111 TU2
This course will have:
Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No
Experiential Course Type: No
Bar Course: No
Course Materials (5/8/2019 1:52:02 PM)
Course Materials: Rasband, Salzman, and Squillace and Kalen's Natural Resources Law and Policy, 3rd Ed. ISBN-13: 978-1609304423