State Bar of Texas Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section
Publications

The Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section has three publications, the quarterly Texas Environmental Law Journal, and two treatises, TEXAS ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, published by West, and THE ESSENTIALS OF EXAS WATER RESOURCES, published by Texas Bar Books.

 



Texas Environmental Law Journal
The State Bar of Texas Environmental Law Journal is the leading source for articles on Texas environmental and natural resources law. The Journal provides Section members with current legal articles and recent developments pertaining to environmental and natural resources law, as well as news of Section activities and other events. The Journal is published on a quarterly basis.

The most recent Journal features an article discussing developments in the area of solid waste and an article examining environmental issues in the bankruptcy context. The three student notes discuss (1) severing wind rights from fee simple ownership, (2) categorizing environmental crimes, and (3)achieving the high-water mark of wave technology, respectively. Click here to learn more! >>

Section members, access the Texas Environmental Law Journal here!




Texas Environmental Law Book
Texas Environmental Law is a treatise published by West as part of its Texas Practice Series. Over 50 environmental practitioners contributed to this comprehensive overview of Texas environmental statutes, regulatory programs, and case law. Read More>>




Essentials of Texas Water Resources
The Essentials of Texas Water Resources is a treatise published by Texas Bar Books. With a list of more than thirty authors that reads like a "who's who" of Texas water law legal and technical experts, this comprehensive, 820-page book is a vital resource. Read More>>

 

Publications


From the Editors of the Journal:  
In the latest Journal, 
Paul Gosselink discusses "game changers" in the area of solid waste and 
Mary Koks & Tim Million examines environmental issues in bankruptcy.
The most recent Journal features three student notes discussing (1) severing wind development rights from fee simple ownership, (2) categorizing environmental crimes, and (3) achieving the high-water mark of wave technology, respectively. 
In the next issue of the Journal, Paul Gosselink will discuss “game changers” in the area of Solid Waste and Mary Koks and Tim Million will examine environmental issues in bankruptcy in the lead articles. The three student notes will discuss (1) Wind Severance by Michael J. Stephan, (2) Categorizing Environmental Crimes by Michael Parker, and (3) Achieving the High-Water Mark of Wave Technology by David Webster.
 
Coming Up in the Journal:
Game Changers in Solid Waste 
by Paul Gosselink
Environmental Issues in Bankruptcy 
by Mary Koks and Tim Million
Student Notes: Wind Severance 
by Michael J. Stephan
Categorizing Environmental Crimes: Malum in Se or Malum Prohibitum?” 
by Michael Parker
Achieving the High-Water Mark of Wave Technology
by David Webster 
More about the Texas Environmental Law 
Journal >>


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