42 Vt. L. Rev. [i] (2017-2018)

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     VERMONT


LAW REVEW


VOLUME 42 NUMBER 1


FALL 2017


        Vermont Law School's 19th Annual Conference on

LITIGATING   TAKINGS   CHALLENGES TO LAND USE AND
           ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

      Tulane University School ofLaw-November 4, 2016


The New Politics of New Property and the Takings Clause

Moving to Higher Ground: Protecting and Relocating
Communities in Response to Climate Change

Dying on the Vine: How a Rethinking of Without Just
Compensation and Takings Remedies Undercuts
Williamson County's Ripeness Doctrine

Beach Law Cleanup: How Sea-level Rise Has Eroded
the Ambulatory Boundaries Legal Framework


Christopher Serkin


      John Lovett



 J David Breemer


Alyson C. Flournoy


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VERMONT LAW REVIEW NOTE COMPETITION WINNER


What's Good for the Goose May Not Be Good for the
Gander: A Bird's Eye View of the Emerging Incidental
Take Permit Program Under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act









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