Volume 23

William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review

Volume 23

Issue 1 | Issue 2| Issue 3

Issue 1

Articles

Dr. W.M. von Zharen, OCEAN ECOSYSTEM STEWARDSHIP

Terrence P. Stewart & Mara M. Burr, TRADE AND DOMESTIC PROTECTION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES: PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE OR CONTINUED CONFLICT? THE SHRIMP-TURTLE DISPUTE AND THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION

Douglas L. Tookey, SINGAPORE’S ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE YEARS AHEAD

Gregory Scott Crespi, RANKING THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, NATURAL RESOURCES LAW, AND LAND USE PLANNING JOURNALS: A SURVEY OF EXPERT OPINION

Notes

Scott Daniel McBride, REFORMULATING EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE RELATIONSHIPS AFTER REFORMULATED GASOLINE: WHAT’S BEST FOR THE ENVIRONMENT?

Michael A. Hyman, UNDER THE DANUBE CANOPY: THE FUTURE OF INTERNATIONAL WATERWAY LAW

Issue 2

Special Issue: United States v. Smithfield Foods, Inc.

Articles

Lee R. Okster, SMITHFIELD FOODS: A CASE FOR FEDERAL ACTION

Robert H. Fuhrman & Patrick D. Traylor, EXPLAINING THE CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING UNITED STATES V. SMITHFIELD FOODS, INC.

Derek A. Yeo & Roy A. Hoagland, UNITED STATES V. SMITHFIELD: A PARADIGMATIC EXAMPLE OF LAX ENFORCEMENT OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT BY THE COMMONWEALTH

Ann Powers, GWALTNEY OF SMITHFIELD REVISITED

Notes

Stephen C. Robertson, STATE PERMITTING: UNITED STATES V. SMITHFIELD FOODS, INC. AND FEDERAL OVERFILING UNDER THE CLEAN WATER ACT

Erik R. Lehtinen, VIRGINIA AS A CASE STUDY: EPA SHOULD BE WILLING TO WITHDRAW NPDES: PERMITTING AUTHORITY FROM DEFICIENT STATES

Kathleen T. Mulville, HOW THE ANTARCTIC SCIENCE, TOURISM, AND CONSERVATION ACT OF 1996 FAILS ANTARCTICA

Charlene D. Daniel, EVALUATING U.S. ENDANGERED SPECIES LEGISLATION- THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AS AN INTERNATIONAL EXAMPLE

Issue 3

Symposium 1999: Land Use in the 21st Century: The Next Frontier for Environmental Law

Articles

Douglas R. Porter, REINVENTING GROWTH MANAGEMENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Mark Fina & Leonard Shabman, SOME UNCONVENTIONAL THOUGHTS ON SPRAWL

Eric T. Freyfogle, EIGHT PRINCIPLES FOR PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THE ANTI-SPRAWL AGE

Daniel R. Mandelker, MANAGING SPACE TO MANAGE GROWTH

Edward Thompson, Jr., “HYBRID” FARMLAND PROTECTION PROGRAMS: A NEW PARADIGM FOR GROWTH MANAGEMENT?

Notes

Liam A. McCann, TEA-21: PAVING OVER EFFORTS TO STEM URBAN SPRAWL AND REDUCE AMERICA’S DEPENDENCE ON THE AUTOMOBILE

Paul Schmidt, UN-NEIGHBORLY CONDUCT: WHY CAN’T VIRGINIA BEACH AND NORTH CAROLINA BE FRIENDS?

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