Robert L. Glicksman, a graduate of the Cornell Law School, is the J.B. & Maurice
C. Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law. A nationally recognized authority on
environmental and natural resources law, Glicksman is the co-author of the environmental
law casebook, Environmental Protection: Law and Policy (Aspen Publishers), the casebook
Administrative Law: Agency Action in Context (Foundation Press, with Richard E. Levy),
the treatise, Public Natural Resources Law (Thomson/West, with George C. Coggins), the
monograph, Risk Regulation at Risk: A Pragmatic Approach (Stanford University Press, with
Sidney A. Shapiro), and Modern Public Land Law in a Nutshell (West Group). He has written
numerous book chapters and articles on a variety of environmental and natural resources
law topics. He teaches several environmental and natural resources law courses,
administrative law, and property. 

Articles

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Functional Government in 3-D (with Alejandro E. Camacho), Harvard Journal on Legislation (forthcoming) (2014)

The creation of new administrative agencies and the realignment of existing governmental authority are commonplace...

 

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Using the Public Natural Resource Management Laws to Improve Water Pollution Anti-Degradation Policies (with sandra zellmer), George Washington Journal of Energy & Environmental Law (2013)

The Clean Water Act’s principal goal is to “restore and maintain” the integrity of the...

 

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Climate Change Adaptation: A Collective Action Perspective on Federalism Considerations, Environmental Law (2011)

The buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and the likely growth in future emissions...

 

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Access to Courts and Preemption of State Remedies in Collective Action Perspective (with Richard E. Levy), Case Western Reserve Law Review (2010)

Preemption of common law remedies for individual injuries such as harm to health raises fundamental...

 

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Agency-Specific Precedents (with Richard E. Levy), Texas Law Review (2010)

As a field of legal study and practice, administrative law rests on the premise that...

 

Contributions to Books

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The Justifications for Nondegradation Programs in U.S. Environmental Law, LE PRINCIPE DE NON-REGRÉSSION EN DROIT DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT (2012)

The concept of non-regression is not one that is familiar to environmental law in the...

 

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Anatomy of Industry Resistance to Climate Change: A Familiar Litany, Economic Thought and Climate Change Policy (2010)

The industries that generate environmental risks in the United States have long been hostile to...

 

Unpublished Papers

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Functional Government in 3-D (with Alejandro E. Camacho), ExpressO (2013)

The creation of new administrative agencies and the realignment of existing governmental authority are commonplace...