JD, S. J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, 2003;
BA, Middlebury College, 1997
Beneficial Use or Toxic Nightmare? The EPA's Livestock Loophole is Poisoning the Wind River Reservation, Wyo. L. Rev., special water edition, (forthcoming summer 2014).
Managing Multiple Incompatible Uses: Why the Forest Service's Livestock Grazing Policy Fails to Protect Native American Archeological Sites, Vt. J. Envt. L. (forthcoming 2014).
Climate Change and the Decline of the Federal Range: Is Adaptive Management the Solution?, 15 Vt. J. Envt. L. 2 (Spring 2014).
Pacific Coast Action Plan on Climate and Energy, Vermont Law Top 10 Environmental Watch List 2014, No. 10, co-authored with Andrew Minikowski, JD/MELP '15 (2013).
Recent Surge in "Ghost Roads" Litigation Threatens National Parks and Other Federally Protected Lands, Vermont Law Top 10 Environmental Watch List 2013, No. 7, co-authored with student Sara Imperiale (2012).
Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs: The Wilderness Society v. Kane County Leaves Everyone Confused About Navigating a Right of Way Claim Under Revised Statute 2477, 18 Hastings W.-N.W. J. Envt. L & Pol'y 3 (2012).
A Changing of the Cattle Guard: The Bureau of Land Management’s New Approach to Grazing Qualifications, 24 J. ENVTL. L. & LITIG. 243 (2009).