Professor Bosselman specializes in energy and environmental law. He is co-author of the casebook Energy, Economics and the Environment (Foundation Press 2006) and the books The Role of Customary Law in Sustainable Development (Cambridge University Press 2005) and Managing Tourism Growth (Island Press 1999). He is a member of the board of the Sonoran Institute and the Santa Lucia Conservancy and formerly served on the board of directors of the National Audubon Society and as president of the American Planning Association. Before joining the faculty in 1991, Professor Bosselman was a partner in the Chicago law firm Ross & Hardies and later practiced in Florida with the firm Burke, Bosselman & Weaver. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Harvard Law School.
A Brief History of Energy Law in United States Law Schools: An Introduction to the Symposium (symposium editor), Chicago-Kent Law Review (2011)
Green Diesel: Finding a Place for Algae Oil (symposium editor), Chicago-Kent Law Review (2011)
The prospect of obtaining domestically-produced biodiesel from algae has attracted wide investor interest. Although many...
The Future of Electricity Infrastructure, Urban Lawyer (2011)
The Role of Customary Law in Sustainable Development (with P. Orebech, J. Bjarup, D. Callies, M. Chanock & H. Petersen) (2006)
Contributions to Books
Overcoming the Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner: Nuclear Power for 2020 (forthcoming 2011), Climate Change: A Reader (2011)
Land as a Privileged Form of Property, Takings: Land Development and Regulatory Takings After Dolan and Lucas (1995)
Scalia on Land, After Lucas: Land Use Regulation and the Taking of Property Without Compensation (1993)
Legal Aspects of Development Exactions (with N. Stroud), Frank & Rhodes, in Development Exactions (1987)
Chapter 22 and 23, in Urban Planning and Land Development Control Law, Urban Planning and Land Development Control Law (1986)
Habitation and Habitat: Building Where the Wild Things Are, Southwestern Legal Foundation 24th Annual Institute Proceedings (1994)
Selected Land Use Cases, August 1992-July 1993: Government Victories, C851 American Law Institute-American Bar Association 1 (1993)