Julie Lurman Joly
Associate Professor of Resources Law and Policy
Phone: (907) 474-6794
Fax: (907) 474-6184
Location: 364 O'Neill Bldng.
B.S., 1997, Rutgers University
M.S., 1999, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
J.D., 2003, Georgetown University Law Center
NRM 204 - Public Lands Law and Policy
NRM 290 - Resources Management Issues at High Latitudes (field course)
NRM 304 - Perspectives in Natural Resources Management
NRM 407 - Environmental Law
NRM 637 - Natural Resources Policy and Conservation
NRM 692 - SNRAS Graduate Seminar
NRM 693 - Legal Issues in Natural Resources
Research Interests: wildlife and public lands law, comparative natural resources law, federal-state resource management conflicts, and climate change law
Examples of Publications:
Echeverria, John D. & Julie Lurman. 2003. Perfectly astounding public rights: wildlife protection and the Takings Clause. 16 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 331-385 (2003).
Julie Lurman, "Subsistence at Risk: Failure to Act and NEPA compliance in Post-ANILCA Alaska", 36 Environmental Law 289, 2006.
Julie Lurman and Sandy Rabinowitch, "Preemption of State Wildlife Law in Alaska: Where, When, and Why," 24 Alaska Law Review 145, 2007.
Julie Lurman, "Agencies in Limbo: Migratory Birds and Incidental Take by Federal Agencies," 23 Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law 39, 2007.
Martin Robards and Julie Lurman Joly, "Interpretation of 'Wasteful Manner' within the Marine Mammal Protection Act and its Role in Management of the Pacific Walrus," Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, 2008 (in press).
Julie Lurman Joly and Nell Fuller, “Advising Noah: A Legal Analysis of Assisted Migration,” 39 Environmental Law Reporter 10413, 2009.
Julie Lurman Joly, Joel Reynolds, and Martin Robards, “When the ‘Best Scientific Information Available’ Isn’t,” 29 Stanford Environmental Law Journal 247, 2010.
Julie Lurman Joly, “National Wildlife Refuges and Intensive Management in Alaska: Another Case for Preemption,” 27 Alaska Law Review 27, 2010.