35 Energy L.J. [i] (2014)

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      ENERGY LAW

            JOURNAL

Volume 35, No. 1                                2014

                     ARTICLES
DOES DISRUPTIVE COMPETITION MEAN A
  DEATH SPIRAL FOR ELECTRIC UTILITIES? ......... Elisabeth Graffy
                                           Steven Kihm
A CARBON TAX As A DRIVER OF GREEN
  TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AND THE
  IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE .......... Joshua Meltzer
REGULATORY FEDERALISM AND DEVELOPMENT
  OF ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION: A BREWING
  STORM? ..................................... James J. Hoecker
                                       Douglas W. Smith
THE FERC ENFORCEMENT PROCESS: TIME
  FOR STRUCTURAL DUE PROCESS AND
  SUBSTANTIVE REFORMS ..................... William S. Scherman
                                     Brandon C. Johnson
                                        Jason J. Fleischer
A NEW PRESCRIPTION FOR ELECTRIC CARS ......... John C.K. Pappas
THE ABA TASK FORCE REPORT ON THE
  FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION: THE ROLE
  OF ADJUNCT PROFESSORS AND PRACTICAL
  TEACHING IN THE ENERGY SECTOR ................. S. Scott Gaille

                   BOOK REVIEWS
THE BET. PAUL EHRLICH, JULIAN SIMON,
  AND OUR GAMBLE OVER EARTH'S
  FUTURE ..... ..................... Reviewed by Richard B. Miller
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY
  REGULATION ..................... Reviewed by Channing Strother






                    ENERGY
                    BAR ASSOOATIONO

                    PUBLISHED BY
             THE ENERGY BAR ASSOCIATION
          UNIVERSITY OF TULSA COLLEGE OF LAW

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