About the event:
Wallace Stegner Center with the Stegner Center Young Scholar Lecture
Interstate Groundwater Law: Equitable Apportionment of Transboundary Resources and Implications for the Snake Valley Aquifer Dispute
Noah Hall, Associate Professor of Law,
Wayne State University Law School
12:15 p.m.-1:15 p.m.
S.J. Quinney College of Law Rm. 106
1 hour CLE. Lunch provided.
Registration required, call 801-585-3440.
Funding provided by the Cultural Vision Fund.
Professor Hall is on the faculty of Wayne State University Law School and is a frequent visiting professor at the University of Michigan Law School. His teaching and expertise is in environmental and water law, and his research focuses on public and private water rights, transboundary water management and pollution, climate change adaptation, U.S.-Canadian environmental law, and citizen enforcement. He is a co-author of one of the leading environmental law casebooks, Environmental Law and Policy: Nature, Law, and Society (Aspen Publishers) and a forthcoming casebook on water law, Modern Water Law: Private Property, Public Rights, and Environmental Protection (Foundation Press). He is the author of a widely-cited article on Great Lakes water law, Toward A New Horizontal Federalism: Interstate Water Management in the Great Lakes Region (published by the Colorado Law Review) and has over a dozen articles published in many other leading journals, including the Harvard Environmental Law Review, the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, and Natural Resources & Environment (the American Bar Association’s environmental law journal).
Before joining the Wayne State University Law School faculty, Professor Hall previously taught at the University of Michigan Law School and was an attorney with the National Wildlife Federation, where he managed the Great Lakes Water Resources Program for the nation’s largest conservation organization. He later served as the founding Executive Director of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center and created the Wayne State Environmental Law Clinic. Professor Hall also worked in private practice for several years, representing a variety of business and public interest clients in litigated and regulatory matters. He has extensive litigation experience and numerous published decisions in state and federal courts, and continues to represent a variety of clients in significant environmental policy disputes.
Professor Hall graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment, concentrating in environmental policy. After law school, he clerked for the Honorable Kathleen A. Blatz, Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Limited meter parking available in the College of Law parking lot. Pay parking available at Rice-Eccles Stadium or take TRAX University Line to the "Stadium" stop and walk a half block to the north.