JD, S. J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, 2003;
BA, Middlebury College, 1997
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).