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‘LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources’ selects Junior Associate Comments for Vol. XII

The LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources Volume XI Editorial Board has announced the Junior Associate Comments selected for publication in Volume XII.

The student-edited journal was created to promote the study of energy law and the effects of technological innovation on a local, national, and international level. The comments selected for publication in Vol. XII are:

  • Erin Alpandinar — “Constitutional Symmetry and Divergence: A Synthesis of Federal Fourth Amendment Law Post-Carpenter and Louisiana’s Fourth Amendment Analog”
  • Nathan Bromley — “It’s Going to be a Bumpy Ride, Especially in Louisiana: Why Louisiana Needs to Rethink its Funding for Road Maintenance and Development”
  • Colton Duhon — “When Property Insurance Strikes Back: An Examination On the Collapse of Coastal Property Insurance as Private Companies Flee the Market”
  • Isabella Eakins — “The Roundup Debate: Why the Supreme Court Should Rule that FIFRA Does Not Preempt Failure to Warn Claims and Recommendations for the EPA”
  • Adam Guarisco — “The Good, the Bad and the Crude: An Analysis of Trafigura v. United States and the Per-Barrel Crude Oil Export Tax”
  • Ariana Levi — “Under Pressure, Facing the Rising Tide: The Legal and Humanitarian Crisis of Flood Prone Coastal Property”
  • Natalie Marionneaux —  “The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions (and Master Settlement Agreements): Alternatives to Climate Litigation Informed by Cautionary Tales of Tobacco and Opioid”
  • Levin Pinho — “Setting the Record Straight: An Analysis of the Administrative Procedure Act’s “Record Rule” in Harrison County, Mississippi v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers”
  • Miranda Scotten — “Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200: Ending Louisiana’s Monopoly Energy System Through Implementation of an Industrial Customer Market Option and a Renewable Generation Option”
  • Patrick Van Burkleo — “Flushing Away Ambiguity: Establishing a Standard for the Flushability of Pre-Moistened Nonwoven Wipes”
  • Camille Webre — “The Wild West of the Coast: The Need to Regulate Louisiana’s Gulf Menhaden Fishery”