Washington Law Review, Issue 88:3 (October 2013)
Dean Robert Adler headlines an exciting new issue of the Washington Law Review. In his article, The Decline and (Possible) Renewal of Aspiration in the Clean Water Act, Dean Adler explores why the U.S. has failed to accomplish the goals of the Clean Water Act and suggests how a few changes can help the country make progress towards those goals.
Washington Law Review, the flagship law journal at the University of Washington School of Law, released a new issue featuring Dean Adler’s article and several other articles by highly regarded professors and practitioners on a variety of U.S. and Washington state legal issues. Authors in this issue include Robert Adler, Interim Dean, James I. Farr Chair and Distinguished Professor of Law at University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law; Karen E. Boxx, Professor of Law at University of Washington; Katie S. Groblewski, trusts and estates attorney at Stokes Lawrence, P.S. in Seattle; Brianne J. Gorod, Appellate Counsel, Constitutional Accountability Center; Simona Grossi, Associate Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; and David A. Simon, Fellow, Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School.
Robert W. Adler
Karen E. Boxx & Katie S. Groblewski
Brianne J. Gorod
David A. Simon
Wayne A. Logan
Jenna C. Smith
William James Goodling