Representing Nonconcurrent Generations: The Problem of NowJournal of Environmental Law and Litigation (2009)
Abstract10 FULL TEXT DOWNLOADS. This article is one of two articles published by the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation (JELL) in a point-counterpoint format. These two articles, one by James L. Olmsted and the other by Professor of Law Julia D. Mahoney, represent the inaugural articles is what is to become a regular feature in JELL. In this point-counterpoint, the issue is whether conservation easements should be made perpetual. In this article, Olmsted argues that such easements should be perpetual while Professor Mahoney takes the opposing position.
Citation InformationJames L. Olmsted, "Representing Nonconcurrent Generations: The Problem of Now," 23(2) Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 451 (2008).