27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. xi (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/penv27 and id is 1 raw text is: PACE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW
Volume 27                   2009-2010                   Number 1
Special Edition
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEREST DISPUTE RESOLUTION:
CHANGING TIMES-CHANGING PRACTICE
Theodore W. Kheel: An Exemplar for Alternative
Dispute Resolution and a Pioneer in
Environmental Interest Disputes ............ John D. Feerick  1
Changing Times-Changing Practice:
New Roles for Lawyers in
Resolving Complex Land Use
and Environmental Disputes ................. John R. Nolon   7
and Jessica A. Bacher
Environmental Dispute Resolution in
the Law School Curriculum .................... Jill I. Gross  41
and Alexandra Dapolito Dunn
Effective Representation of Clients in
Environmental Dispute Resolution ........... Gail Bingham,  61
Pamela Esterman,
and Christopher Riti
The Lawyer as Process Advocate:
Encouraging Collaborative Approaches
to Controversial Development Decisions ...... Sean F. Nolon  103
Citizen Participation in the Making of
Environmental Decisions: Evolving
Obstacles and Potential Solutions Through
Partnership with Experts and Agents ....... Marc B. Mihaly  151
Preserving the Public Interest Through the
Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution
in Utility Retail Rate Cases ........ James M. Van Nostrand  227
and Erin P. Honaker
Collaborative Decision Making on Climate
Change in the Federal Government ........ Joseph A. Siegel 257
ESSAY
Climate Change Framing and Social Marketing:
The Influences that Persuade ............... Edna Sussman  313

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