Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091




WILLIAM L. ANDREEN


Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091

University of Alabama School of Law 205/348-3917 (Fax)

Box 870382 wandreen@law.ua.edu

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0382


Adjunct Professor of Law (2006-2012)

The Australian National University College of Law

Canberra Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 ACT 0200 Australia


LEGAL EDUCATION


Columbia University School of Law, New York, New York J.D. 1977

Honors: Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 1975-1976 — Awarded for superior academic achievement

Activities: Special Projects Editor — Columbia Journal of Transnational Law

Co-chairman — 1977 Friedmann Conference Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 on the International Regulation of Nuclear Energy

(proceedings published at 16 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 386-469 (1977))

Executive Board — Columbia Institute of Human Rights


^ UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION


College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio

B.A. 1975 — I entered Columbia University Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 School of Law during my senior undergraduate year on

Columbia's Program in Accelerated Interdisciplinary Legal Education.

Major: History Minor: English

Honors: Phi Beta Kappa

Robert James Brown History Prize — Awarded for the Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 most outstanding work in history

National Presbyterian Scholar

Pennwalt Foundation Scholarship

Activities: Studied at the Institute of European Studies in Vienna; Student Government; Theater

^ LEGAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE


University of Alabama School of Law

Edgar L. Clarkson Professor Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Law (1992-present)

Director, University of Alabama/Australian National University Reciprocal Summer School Program

(2000-present)

Professor of Law (1989-1992)

Associate Professor of Law (1986-1989)

Assistant Professor of Law (1983-1986)


Over the past twenty Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091-eight years, I have taught a number of courses including: Administrative Law (26); Environmental Law I (28); Environmental Law II (17); Torts (7); a seminar on International Environmental Law (18); Comparative Environmental Law (5); Ethiopian Environmental Law (2); Public International Law (1); a Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 seminar on Water Pollution Law (1); and the Fundamentals of Law School Pedagogy and Administration (1). I have served on the following law faculty committees: Dean Search; Faculty Appointments; Admissions; Curriculum; Faculty Development Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091; Colloquium; International Programs; Library; Awards, Scholarships and Financial Aid; Chair Search Committee; Readmissions; Long-Range Institutional Planning; Secretarial; and Public Interest. I have also chaired these committees: Faculty Development (four years); Colloquium Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 (two years); International Programs (three years); Library (two years); and Public Interest (one year). Currently, I teach Environmental Law I (NEPA, ESA, Air and Water); Environmental Law II (Toxics and Hazardous Waste); Administrative Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law; and a Seminar on the Protection of the Global Environment.


In addition, I have been a Faculty Senator (1997-2001); a member of the Faculty Senate Steering Committee (1997-2000); co-chair Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of the Senate Operations Committee (1997-2000); an alternate member of the Faculty Senate (1984-1990, 1992-1997, 2006-2010); and the faculty advisor to the Environmental Law Society (1983-present), the National Environmental Law Moot Court Team (2000-present), our National Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Moot Court Team (1985-1990), the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team (1983-1985), and the International Law Society (1983-1985). I have also taught in our Minority Orientation Program; in a Survey of American Law for Swiss law students Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 from the University of Fribourg (1992-present) and for Australian law students from the Australian National University (2001-present); and have served on the University's Intercollegiate Athletics Committee (1999-2000), Resources and Priorities Committee (1995-1998), Energy Management Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Committee (1994-1997), Research Advisory Committee (1998-2001), the Equal Employment Opportunity Committee (2000-2001), and the Committee on Faculty Participation in the Selection of Deans and Evaluation of Academic Programs (1995-1998), which I served as Chair in Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 1997-1998. I am also a member of the University's Freshwater Studies Center.


In May - June 1998, I team-taught a course entitled The Law of Environmental Protection: A Comparison of the Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Swiss and American Experiences at the University of Fribourg Faculty of Law. I also serve as the Director of the Law School's exchange program with the Australian National University (ANU) Faculty Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Law. During the program’s inaugural year, I taught Comparative US and Australian Environmental Law in both Tuscaloosa (January B February 2001) and Canberra (July - August 2001), and I taught the same course five Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 years later in Tuscaloosa (January – February 2006) and Canberra (July – August 2006). In July 2001, I taught a post-graduate course entitled Special Topics in Public Law: Comparative US Administrative Law for the ANU’s Centre Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 for International and Public Law, and in June 2006, I taught another post-graduate course, The American Model of Environmental Law, at the ANU’s Australian Centre for Environmental Law. In Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 2009, I taught the Fundamentals of Law School Pedagogy and Administration, Ethiopian Environmental Law, and Environmental Planning Law at Addis Ababa University as part of the University’s Graduate Law Program for Ethiopian Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law Teachers.


The Australian National University

Adjunct Professor of Law (2006-2012)


^ VISITING POSITIONS


Visiting Professor of Law, Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon (Summer 2008).


Visiting Fellow, National Europe Centre, The Australian National University Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, Canberra (Fall 2005)


Visiting Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University School of Law, Lexington, Virginia (Spring 2005).


Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Law, The Australian National University, Canberra (Spring 1991).


^ PROFESSIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS


Senior Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Fulbright Specialist in Law, The Australian National University, Canberra (Fall 2005). In that capacity, I served as the Co-Convenor of an “International Symposium on Sustainable Water Management: Comparative Perspectives from Australia, Europe and the Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 United States,” National Museum of Australia (September 15-16, 2005), and gave academic papers at the Law Faculties at the University of Western Australia (Perth), the University of Tasmania (Hobart), the Australian National University Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 (Canberra), the University of Wollongong, and the University of Technology Sydney.


Scholar, Center for Progressive Reform, Washington, D.C.


Dean’s Scholar, University of Alabama School of Law (2002-2003); (2006-2007).



Research Associate, Faculty of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law, Mekelle University, Mekelle, Ethiopia (March-April 2004,

November-December 2001).


Commission on Environmental Law, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) (1997-present).


2007 River Hero Award, presented by the Alabama Rivers Alliance in Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 recognition of commitment and work to protect and restore rivers and their watershed, March 16, 2007.


Cecil B. and Ernest G. Williams Faculty Enhancement Award, University of Alabama (1990-1991).


Member, First Level Review Board,^ Land Use Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 and Environment Law Review (1987-1989, 1992-1999, 2001, 2004-2007); Second Level Review Board (2008-2010).


Edward M. Friend Award, University of Alabama School of Law (1987-1991).


Order of the Barrister.


BOOKS and REPORTS


Making Good Use of Adaptive Management Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 (co-authored with Holly Doremus, et al.) (Center for Progressive Reform) (forthcoming 2011).


Missing the Mark in the Chesapeake Bay: A Report Card for the Phase I Watershed Implementation Plans (co-authored with Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Robert Glicksman, et al.) (Center for Progressive Reform) (2011), available at http://www.progressivereform.org/articles/ChesBay_WIPs_1102.pdf.


The BP Catastrophe: When Hobbled Law and Hollow Regulation Leave Americans Unprotected (co-authored with Alyson Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Flournoy, et al.) (Center for Progressive Reform) (2011).


Regulatory Blowout: How Regulatory Failures Мейд the BP Disaster Possible, and How the System Can Be Fixed to Avoid a Recurrence (co-authored Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 with Alyson Flournoy, et al.) (Center for Progressive Reform) (2010), available at http://www.progressivereform.org/articles/BP_Reg_Blowout_1007.pdf. 


The Clean Water Act: A Blueprint for Reform (co-authored with Shana Jones Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091) (Center for Progressive Reform) (2008), available at http://progressivereform.org/articles/CW_Blueprint_802.pdf (cited in four law review articles).


Cooperative Federalism and Climate Change: Why Federal, State, and Local Governments Must Continue Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 to Partner (co-authored with Robert Glicksman, Nina Mendelson, Rena

Steinzor & Shana Jones) (Center for Progressive Reform) (2008), available at http://progressivereform.org/articles/Cooperative_Federalism_and_Climate_Change.pdf (cited in nine Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 books, reports, and law review articles).


Editor, Alabama Water Laws (2007) (two volumes; produced for the Alabama Office of Water Resources and published by the Alabama Law Institute).


Editor, Environmental Law And Regulation In Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Alabama (1990 edition) (Bradley Arant Rose &

White).

^ BOOK CHAPTERS


“Water Law and the Search for Sustainability: A Comparative Analysis,” in Water Resources Planning and Management: Challenges and Solutions (Quentin Grafton & Karen Hussey, eds Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091., Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2011).


“Is There a Silver Lining to Midnight Mischief?” in Transitions (Austin Sarat, ed., University of Alabama Press) (forthcoming).


“The Clean Water Act,” in 3 The Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law & Politics of Sustainability (Bosselman, et al., eds.) Berkshire Publishing) (2011).


“Delegated Federalism Versus Devolution: Some Insights from the History of Water PollutionControl,” in Preemption Choice: The Theory, Law, and Reality of Federalism’s Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Core Question (William W. Buzbee, ed., Cambridge University Press) (2009).


“Water Pollution and Wetlands,” in 5 Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (David S. Tanenhaus, et al., eds Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091., Macmillan) (2008).


"Alabama Water Law" in Volume 4 of Waters And Water Rights (3d edition 2009), (in Volume 6, 2005 edition, and in Volume 6, 1994 edition) (Robert Beck, editor, LexisNexis/Matthew Bender & Company), and Annual Supplements 1996-2004; 2007-2008.


“Reforming the Clean Water Act Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091,” in CPR for the Environment: Breathing New Life into the Nation’s Major Environmental Statutes (Center for Progressive Reform, 2007), available at www.progressivereform.org/articles/CPR_701.pdf.


^ MAJOR ARTICLES


“The Modern Era Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Water Pollution Control: Implementation of the Clean Water Act Since 1972” (in progress).


“US Climate Legislation and Preemption,” 3 Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal 261-302 (2008) (cited in one casebook and six law review Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 articles).


“Motivating Enforcement: Institutional Culture and the Clean Water Act,” 24 ^ Pace Environmental Law Review 67-98 (2007) (cited in four law review articles and reports).


“Developing a More Holistic Approach to Water Management in the United States Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091,” 36 Environmental Law Reporter (Environmental Law Institute) 10,277-10,289 (2006) (published as part of a special edition on “Sustainable Water Management in Australia, Europe, and the United States”), reprinted in ICFAI Journal of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Environmental Law (India) (July 2006).


“The Evolving Contours of Water Law in the United States: Bridging the Gap Between Land, Water Use and Environmental Protection,” 23 ^ Environmental and Planning Law Journal 5-21 (Australia) (2006).

“Water Quality Today: Has Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 the Clean Water Act Been a Success?”, 55 Alabama Law Review 537-593 (2004) (lead article in a symposium issue entitled, “The Clean Water Act at Thirty: Progress, Problems, and Potential”, reprinted in 36 Land Use and Environment Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law Review 559-615 (2005) as one of the best six Environmental Law articles published in 2004, and cited in ten books, thirty-eight law review articles, a Ninth Circuit decision, and two Supreme Court Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 briefs).

“The Evolution of Water Pollution Control in the United States: State, Local and Federal Efforts, 1789-1972: Part II,”^ 21 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 215-294 (2003) (cited in thirty-five books and journal articles).


“The Evolution Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Water Pollution Control in the United States: State, Local and Federal Efforts, 1789-1972: Part I,” 21 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 145-200 (2003) (cited in thirty books and journal articles).


"Environmental Law and International Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Assistance: The Challenge of Strengthening Environmental Law in the Developing World," 25 ^ Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 17-69 (2000) (cited in twenty-seven books and law review articles).

"The Evolving Law of Environmental Protection in the United Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 States: 1970-1991," 9 Environmental and Planning Law Journal 96-110 (Australia) (1992) (cited in four Australian and nine American law review articles and one American treatise).


"Administrative Rulemaking in the United States: An Examination of the Values Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 that Have Shaped the Process," 66 ^ Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration 112-118 (October 1991) (Royal Australian Institute of Public Administration) (cited in two Australian law review articles, one British law review article, and four Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 American law review articles).


"In Pursuit of NEPA's Promise: The Role of Executive Oversight in the Implementation of Environmental Policy," 64 ^ Indiana Law Journal 205-261 (1989) (quoted in Marsh v. Oregon Natural Resources Council, 109 S Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091. Ct. 1851, 1857 n.14 (1989) and selected for inclusion in 21 Land Use and Environment Law Review 559-615 (1990)) (also cited in two casebooks, thirty-eight journal articles, one hornbook and three other books).


"Beyond Words of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Exhortation: The Congressional Prescription for Vigorous Federal Enforcement of the Clean Water Act," 55 ^ George Washington Law Review 202-261 (1987) (reprinted at 3B Sutherland=s Statutory Construction § 77A:25 (6th ed. 2005) (cited in three casebooks, thirty Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091-eight law review articles, one Fifth Circuit decision, two district court opinions, an academic white paper, and six other books).


"Defusing the 'Not in My Back Yard' Syndrome: An Approach to Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Federal Preemption of State and Local Impediments to the Siting of PCB Disposal Facilities," 63 ^ North Carolina Law Review 811-847 (1985) (cited in thirty law review articles, three books, and various briefs).


Other Articles


“A Perspective on Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Wetlands,” Center for Progressive Regulation (2006 and 2009 editions), available at www.progressivereform.org.perspectives/wetlands.cfm.


“Commentary on Government Incentives to Promote Renewable Energy in the United States,” 24 ^ Temple Journal of Science, Technology Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 & Environmental Law 351-353 (2005).

"Do Citizen Suits Seeking Civil Penalties Become Moot When Pollution Violations Are Cured?", ABA Preview 7-12 (September 13, 1999).


"Of Veils and Operators: The Liability of Parent Corporations for Cleaning Up Hazardous Waste at Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Sites Owned by Subsidiary Corporations," ^ ABA Preview 370-375 (March 12, 1998).


"Determining `Reasonable Charges': A Teaching Hospital Takes on the Secretary of Health and Human Services Over Recalculated Graduate Medical Education Expenses," ABA Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Preview 132-135 (November 21, 1997).


"Oil and Wildlife Along the Frozen Arctic Coast: The Saga of a Federal-State Struggle Over the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge," ^ ABA Preview 331-334 (February 6, 1997).


"Environmental Policy and EIA: Providing a Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Legal Framework for Environmental Protection in Tanzania," 2 NEMC News 2-11 (Tanzania) (December 1995).


“The Challenge of Environmental Law," Agenda Newsletter 3 (Tanzania) (Sept. 1995).

“Enforcement Discretion and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Use, Abuse and Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Control," 1 ^ Australian Institute of Administrative Law Forum 12-21 (1994).


"Military Veterans and VA Medical Treatment: Must a Veteran Prove Fault Before Receiving Compensation for Medical Injuries?@ ABA Preview 49-53 (October 21, 1994).


"Charting the Turbulent Waters of Federalism Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091: Striking the Proper Balance under the Clean Water Act," ^ ABA Preview 161-164 (February 18, 1994).


"An Introduction to Federal Administrative Law Part II: The Availability of Judicial Review," 51 Alabama Lawyer 28-31 (1990).


"An Introduction to Federal Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Administrative Law Part I: The Exercise of Administrative Power and Judicial Review," 50 ^ Alabama Lawyer 322-327 (1989).


"Ocean Incineration of Hazardous Waste," 5 Southern California Journal of Law and Environment 73-91 (1987) (developed from a paper presented at the Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Fifth Annual University of Southern California Journal of Law and the Environment Symposium, March 22, 1986).


^ BOOK REVIEWS

Richard N.L. Andrews, "Managing the Environment, Managing Ourselves: A History of American Environmental Policy," 5 Environmental Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 History 258-259 (2000).


Nicholas Robinson, Agenda 21 & The UNCED Proceedings (vols. 4-6), 21 Law Books in Review 84-85 (1994).


Nicholas Robinson, Agenda 21 & The UNCED Proceedings (vols. 1-3), 20 ^ Law Books in Review 135-137 (1993).


BLOGS


Center for Progressive Reform Blog, “Update: EPA Releases Full FY 2010 Stats Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 on CWA Convictions,” October 26, 2010, available at www.progressivereform.org/CPRBlog.cfm


Center for Progressive Reform Blog, “Convictions for Violations of the Clean Water Act Continue to Ebb,” October 19, 2010, available at www Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091.progressivereform.org/CPRBlog.cfm


Global Water Forum, “Towards Environmental Flows: Comparing Water Law in Four Countries,” forthcoming at www.globalwaterforum.org.


Center for Progressive Reform Blog, “N.Y. Times Article on Water Pollution Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091: A Timely Reminder of the Role of Enforcement,” September 15, 2009, available at www.progressivereform.org/CPRBlog.cfm?fkScholar=4.


Center for Progressive Reform Blog, “One More Point on the N.Y. Times Water Article Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 – The Problem of Nonpoint Source Pollution,” September 16, 2009, available at www.progressivereform.org/CPRBlog.cfm?fkScholar=4.


OpEds


“Insight: Do We Believe in magic?”, ^ Mobile Press Register, August 8, 2010, available at www.blog.al.com/press-register-commentary Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091//print.html (dealing with the BP oil spill and response).


“Alabama Voices: Magic, Not Policy,” Montgomery Advertiser, July 18, 2010, available at www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/fdcp/?1279662925596.


^ PROFESSIONAL PAPERS


“The Southeastern Water War,” Urban Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Fellows Seminar, Georgia State University College of Law, October 12, 2010.


“Climate Change Adaptation and the Gulf Coast,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Palm Beach, July 31, 2010.


“An Environmental Profile of Ethiopia: Progress and Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Challenges,” Haramaya University (Ethiopia), May 8, 2009.


“Protecting State and Local Authority: Anticipating Pro-Preemption Arguments — Climate Change is a Global Problem, Not a Local One,” State Summit on Climate Change and Preemption Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, Hall of States, Washington, DC, March 25, 2009 (sponsored by the National Association of Clean Air Agencies, the Washington College of Law of American University, the University of Maryland School of Law and the Center for Progressive Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Reform).


“Climate Change Legislation and Preemption,” Symposium on US Climate Change Legislation, University of Houston Law School, February 11, 2008.


“Non-Point Source Pollution and Agriculture: Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Agriculture,” presentation to the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the Institute of Agro-Environmental Protection (Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China), Beijing, December 3, 2007.


“Environmental Federalism: A Cooperative Approach to Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Climate Change,” Symposium on States as Laboratories for Social Change, Temple University Law School, October 20, 2007.


“Federalism and the Clean Water Act of 1972: Was Federal Action Necessary or Were the States Actually Meeting Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 the Challenge?”, Conference on Federalism in the Overlapping Territory, Duke University Law School, November 10-11, 2006 (sponsored by the Duke Program in Public Law, the American Constitution Society, and the Center for Progressive Reform).


“Motivating Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Enforcement: Institutional Culture and the Clean Water Act,” IUCN Academy of Environmental Law, 2006 Colloquium, Pace University Law School (October 16, 2006); Environmental and Land Use Law Workshop, Georgetown University Law School (November Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 6, 2006).


“The Evolving Contours of Water Law in the United States,” International Symposium on Sustainable Water Management: Comparative Perspectives from Australia, Europe and the United States, National Europe Center, Australian National University Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, Canberra, September 15, 2005.


“Evaluating Progress under the Clean Water Act: The Utility of Technology-Based Standards Versus Environmental Quality-Based Standards,” Australian National University Law Faculty Seminar, Canberra, September 1, 2005.


“U.S. Water Law Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Faces the Twenty-First Century: Will We Bridge the Gap between Water Rights, Land

Use, and Environmental Quality?,” University of Western Australia Law Faculty Seminar, Perth, August 30, 2005; University of Wollongong Law Faculty and Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Institute for Conservation Biology, September 7, 2005; University of Technology Sydney Law Faculty, September 8, 2005; University of Tasmania Law Faculty, Hobart, September 20, 2005.

“Comparative Environmental Impact Assessment,” AALS Conference on Environmental Law: Teaching Environmental Law in a Global Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Context, Portland, Oregon, June 17, 2004 (published in Conference Materials 33-44 and forthcoming at www.aals.org).


“The Role of EIA in Sustainable Development,” Unity University College School of Law, Addis Ababa,

Ethiopia Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, April 9, 2004.


“Reflections on the Modern Era of Environmental Law,” Mekelle University, Mekelle, Ethiopia, April 7, 2004.


Faculty Colloquium, “What Can Be Learned from Legal History: The Case of the Clean Water Act,” Mekelle University, Adi-Haki Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Campus, Mekelle, Ethiopia, April 15, 2003.

“The Future of Environmental Law: An International Perspective,” Law Faculty Workshop, Pace University School of Law, February 23, 2001.


"The Dubious Enterprise of Exporting Environmental Law to the Developing Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 World," Faculty of Law, The Australian National University, August 9, 2000.


"An Introduction to the ACT and ACF River Basin Compacts: A Novel Approach to the Apportionment of Interstate Waters," Red Clay Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Conference on Environmental Law, University of Georgia School of Law, March 31, 1999.


"Environmental Impact Analysis (EIA): An Effective Tool for Environmental Management in Tanzania?,@ Swedish International Development Authority, Stockholm, June 15, 1995.


"The Basics of Federal Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Administrative Law," Alabama Bar Institute for Continuing Legal Education Seminar on Dealing with Government Agencies, April 28, 1995 (Montgomery, Alabama).


"Environmental Policy, Legislation, and EIA in Tanzania," Informal Donor Group on the Environment, Dar es Salaam Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, Tanzania, April 3, 1995.


"Coming to Grips with the Quest for Environmental Justice," Briefing on Environmental Issues in U.S. EPA Region IV sponsored by the ABA Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law, Atlanta, Georgia, June 7-8, 1994.


"The Role of Enforcement in the Transformation of U. S. Environmental Law," International Workshop on Planning for Environmental Emergencies, The Flood Hazard Research Centre, Middlesex Polytechnic Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, London, April 5-7, 1992.


"The Evolving Law of Environmental Protection in the United States: 1970-1990," Faculty of Law and the Division of Law and Philosophy (Research School of Social Sciences), The Australian National University, March Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 22, 1991.


"The Enforcement of Environmental Law in the United States: The Clean Water Act Experience," Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University, April 11, 1991.


"Enforcement Discretion and the United States Environmental Protection Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Agency: Abuse and Control," Australian Institute of Administrative Law, Canberra, May 15, 1991.


"Overview of Federal and State Laws Impacting on Ownership and Possession of Contaminated Property," Cumberland Institute for Continuing Legal Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Education Seminar on Environmental Law: Its Impact on Real Estate and Commercial Transactions, January 25, 1990 (Birmingham, Alabama) (printed in the Proceedings of the Seminar).


"Federal Administrative Law," Alabama Bar Institute for Continuing Legal Education Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Seminar on Administrative Law, October 22, 1987 (Montgomery, Alabama) (printed in the Proceedings of the Seminar).


"The Role of Local Governments in the Siting of PCB Disposal Facilities: The Reach of Federal Preemption," University of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Texas School of Law, April 11, 1986 (Austin, Texas) (printed in the Proceedings of the Conference).


^ OTHER PRESENTATIONS AND PANELS


Moderator, Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation and the Law, Seattle University School of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law, January 21, 2011.


“Intersections: Water and Energy,” Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in the Puget Sound, University of Washington School of Law, August 19, 2010.


Commentator on Nina Mendelson’s “Midnight Rulemaking and Congress,” A Symposium Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 on Transitions, University of Alabama Law School, January 29, 2010.


Panel Presentation, “Adaptive Environmental Management,” Center for Progressive Reform Semi-Annual Meeting, Loyola University Law School, New Orleans, January 6, 2010.


“Envisioning an Ethiopian Environmental Law Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Graduate Program,” A Curriculum Workshop on Indigenizing Graduate Legal Education in Ethiopia, Debre Zeit, Ethiopia, December 12, 2009.


“A Blueprint for Reform of the Clean Water Act,” panel discussion at the Annual Meeting of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 the Center for Progressive Reform, Fordham University Law School, January 4, 2008.


“Reflections on US Climate Policy,” Australian Law Students’ Association Annual Conference, Canberra, Australia (July 6, 2007).


“Environmental Law 101,” Watershed Leadership Conference (Alabama Rivers Alliance), March 17, 2007.


Instructor Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, “Environmental Law and Regulations,” a training course designed for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Portland, OR, May 14-16, 2008; Dallas, TX, May 17-19, 2006; Huntsville, AL, February 28-March 2, 2007).


“Sustainable Development,” Congressman Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Artur Davis’ Summit on Sustainable Development in Alabama, Stillman College, April 2, 2005.


“EPA and Federal Environmental Law,” Congressman Artur Davis’ Summit on Sustainable Development in Alabama, Stillman College, April 2, 2005.


“The Environmental Impact of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 the Tigrean Government=s Resettlement Program in the Lower Tekeze River Basin,” Mekelle University, Environmental Club, April 11, 2003.


Faculty Colloquium, “The Proposed Federal Administrative Procedure Proclamation for the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091," Mekelle University Faculty of Law, Mekelle, Ethiopia, November 26, 2001.


“Environmental Research: What Lawyers Can Contribute,” Mekelle University, Faculty of Science and Technology, November 28, 2001.


“Environmental Problems and the Role Law Can Play,” Mekelle University, Environmental Club, November Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 23, 2001.


"A Global Environmental Perspective," Alabama Watershed Leadership Conference (Alabama Rivers Alliance), March 31, 2000.


"Trends in Environmental Enforcement," State Environmental Leadership Program's Enforcement Conference, Houston, Texas, February 12, 2000.


Chair, “Deterrence versus Cooperation: The Struggle Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 over the Future Direction of Environmental Enforcement,” Section on Environmental Law, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, January 7, 2000.


"What Has Environmental Law Done for You?," Tuscaloosa Audubon Society, November 4, 1997.


Moderator, "Sustainable Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 America: A New Consensus," Environmental Law Section Seminar, Alabama State Bar Annual Meeting, July 25, 1996.


"Environmental Law and Compliance," Lawyers Environmental Action Team, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, July 6, 1995.


"Twenty-Five Years Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 after Earth Day: The Environmental Movement under Attack Once Again," Alabama Water Environment Federation, February 21, 1995.


"Current Trends in Federal Administrative Law," Administrative Law Section, Annual Meeting of the Alabama State Bar, July Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 20, 1994.


"The Clinton Administration: Prospects for an Environmentally Sustainable Society," Downtown Democratic Club, Birmingham, Alabama, March 5, 1993.


"Environmental Law and Policy," Alabama Association of Legal Secretaries, January 16, 1993.


"Some Perspectives on Environmental Law,@ Student Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Environmental Forum, The Alabama Conservancy, November 7, 1992.


"CERCLA Liability and Defenses," Conference on Environmental Auditing and Assessment in Industrial Compliance and Real Estate Transactions, The University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies, May 21, 1992.

"Pollution Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 in Alabama: Problems and Solutions," Tuscaloosa Audubon Society, November 5, 1991.


Commentator on "The State of Play in Australian Administrative Law," 1991 Administrative Law Forum: Fair & Open Decision Making, Canberra, April 29-30, 1991 (sponsored by the Royal Australian Institute Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Public Administration and the Australian Institute of Administrative Law).


"The Evolution of Administrative Law," Seminar on Administrative Practice, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, July 2, 1990.


"An Introduction Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 to Environmental Law," a four-part mini-course presented at Bradley, Arant, Rose & White, Birmingham, Alabama, June 1990.


"Judicial Deference to Decisions of Administrative Agencies," Administrative Law Section, Alabama State Bar Annual Meeting Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, July 13, 1984.

^ INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING

“An Assessment of the Proposed Administrative Procedure Proclamation for the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia,” a report to the Justice and Legal System Research Institute of Ethiopia (February 2002).


Legal Advisor, Swedish International Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Development Authority (SIDA) supported Forestry and Environment Programme in Tanzania, Orgut Consulting AB (1994-96). Facilitated the drafting of environmental legislation in conjunction with the National Environment Management Council of the United Republic of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Tanzania and assisted in efforts to improve Tanzania's capacity in Environmental Law.


Reviewed and commented on the draft Dniester River Convention for the Government of Moldova and the American Bar Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Association's Central and East European Law Initiative (CEELI) (2000).

Instructor, Foreign Agriculture Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture sponsored Seminar on Land Use Management. The seminar, which was part Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of the Cochran Fellowship Program, was conducted for agricultural extension officials from various countries in the Caribbean (November 1999).


Reviewed and commented on a draft Law on Processing and Consumer Waste for the Kyrgyz Republic Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 at the request of the American Bar Association's Central and East European Law Initiative (CEELI) (1998).


Reviewed and commented upon the draft Clean Water Act for the Republic of Armenia Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 upon the request of the ABA'S CEELI program (1997).

Reviewed and commented upon a draft Law on the Status of Natural Protected Areas, Natural Monuments and Other Natural Heritage Assets for the Republic Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Romania through the auspices of the ABA'S CEELI program (1997).


Reviewed and commented on a comprehensive water bill for the Republic of Macedonia at the request of the ABA's CEELI program Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 (1994).


Reviewed, revised, and commented upon a comprehensive Environmental Protection Act for the Ministry of the Environment and National Service, Trinidad and Tobago (1991).


^ PEER REVIEW


Reviewed proposed and draft casebooks on Environmental Law as Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 well as Natural Resources Law for Aspen Publishers, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010 (Kluwer).


Reviewed proposed book on environmental enforcement for Ashgate Publishing (2008).


Reviewer for Taylor and Francis (2010).


Reviewer for Mississippi River Quality and the Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Clean Water Act (2008) (National Research Council of the National Academies).


^ OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Assistant Regional Counsel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, Atlanta, Georgia

(October 1979-July 1983)


The Office of Regional Counsel serves as in Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091-house counsel for EPA programs in the eight southeastern states that comprise Region IV. I was the agency attorney primarily responsible for defending litigation brought against EPA in the Region. My Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 cases involved a broad spectrum of legal and regulatory topics such as water and air pollution, hazardous waste, toxic substances, the National Environmental Policy Act, pesticides, tort claims, construction grants, and freedom of information Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091. This litigation required practice in four federal courts of appeals and at least ten district courts. In addition, I provided legal counsel to the Regional Administrator and staff on Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 various issues of administrative law and environmental regulation.


Associate, Haas, Holland, Lipshutz, Levison & Gibert, Atlanta, Georgia (August 1977-October 1979)


While in private practice, I dealt with a variety of state and federal litigation in the Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 following areas: employment, constitutional law, commercial law, contracts, corporate law, torts, and property. I also handled a considerable amount of general corporate work.


Summer Law Clerk Law Department, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 York, New York

(May-August 1976)


Summer Law Clerk Public Defender's Office of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

(June-August 1975)



^ BAR AFFILIATIONS


Alabama Bar March 2003

Georgia Bar October 1977

Georgia Court of Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Appeals January 1978

Georgia Supreme Court January 1978

U.S. Dist. Ct./N.D. Ga. January 1978

U.S. Ct. of Appeals/Fifth Circuit March 1978

U.S. Ct. of Appeals/Eleventh Circuit October 1981

U.S. Ct. of Appeals Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091/Fourth Circuit April 1982

U.S. Supreme Court April 1983


^ PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS


State Bar of Alabama

State Bar of Georgia

American Bar Association

Member of ABA Sabbatical Site Evaluation Team for the University of Oklahoma School Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Law (1994)

Association of American Law Schools, Section on Environmental Law

Executive Committee (1994-2001)

Chair (1999-2000)

Chair-Elect (1998-1999)

Secretary-Treasurer (1997-1998)

Environmental Law Mentor (1992-1996)

Association of American Law Schools, House of Representatives

University of Alabama Law School Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Representative (1997, 1999, 2002)


^ OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


-Reviewer, National Research Council of the National Academies, Mississippi River Water Quality and the Clean Water Act: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities (2007).

-Co-Chair, Alabama Environmental Management Commission, Enforcement and Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Administrative Penalties Policy Advisory Committee (2004-2005).

-Member, Environmental Justice Policy Working Group (Congressman Artur Davis) (2004-2005).

-Invited to participate in the 2004 U.S. B China Environmental Law and Policy Roundtable, Institute for Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 International Law & Public Policy, Temple University School of Law, July 27-29, 2004.

-Invited to participate in the Inauguration of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law and the

Colloquium on Sustainable Development, Shanghai, China, November 4-6, 2003.

-Invited Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 to participate in the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment Seminar on Environmental Policy Analysis, Bozeman, Montana, August 10-15, 1999.

-Invited to participate in the Southeast Water Resources Symposium, Chattanooga, Tennessee, August 24-26, 1998.

-Invited Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 to participate in the Gruter Institute's Conference on the Use of Biology in the Study of Law,

Squaw Valley, California, June 18-25, 1992.

-Legal Study Committee, Alabama Water Resources Study Commission (1989-1990).

-Reporter, Alabama Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Law Institute Committee on Administrative Procedure (1987).

-Associate, Environmental Law Institute.

-Legal Committee, The Cahaba River Society (1992-1995).


^ Цивик ACTIVITIES

-Alabama Rivers Alliance - President (1998-2001), Of Counsel (2004-present), Board of Directors (1996-2004), Vice President (1996-1998), Chair Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091, Healthy Rivers Campaign Committee (1997-2001).

-GASP/AlabamaFirst – Of Counsel (2009-present).

-Black Warrior Riverkeeper – Advisory Council (2010- ).

-Environmental Justice Policy Working Group, Congressman Artur Davis (2004-2005).

-High School Restructuring Committee, Tuscaloosa City Schools (2000).

-Tuscaloosa Audubon Society - Board Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 of Directors (1992-2002), Vice President (1993-1995),

Conservation Chair (1995-2002).

-University Presbyterian Church (Tuscaloosa) - Outreach Committee (1984-1988, 1992-2001)

and Session (1992-1997).

-Tuscaloosa County Democratic Club - Steering Committee (1989-1992).

-Curbside Recycling Coalition of the Tuscaloosa Area (Audubon Society representative 1994-1995).

-College of Wooster Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 - Alumni Admissions Representative (1979-1982) and Class of 1975 Challenge Fund Committee (1985).

-Georgia Solar Coalition, Inc. - Board of Directors (1979-1980), Secretary (1979-1980), General Counsel (1979-1980).

-North Decatur Presbyterian Church - Social Service Committee (1978-1982) and Session (1983).

-American Field Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 Service - Foreign exchange student to West Germany in 1970 and currently an alumni volunteer.

-Natural Resources Defense Council

-Sierra Club

-Alabama Environmental Council

-Alabama Civil Liberties Union

-Columbia Law School Alumni Association


PERSONAL


Birth Date: February 2, 1953

Children: Two daughters Edgar L. Clarkson Professor of Law 205/348-7091 (Karin Elizabeth and Christina Margaret)


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