Patricia Ross McCubbin
Professor of Law
"The Nondelegation Doctrine." In Principles of Constitutional Environmental Law, edited by James R. May, 73-89. Chicago: American Bar Association & Environmental Law Institute, 2011. (with George B. Wyeth)
"The Role of Judicial Review in Chinese and American Energy and Climate Change Policy." 13 Vermont Journal of Environment Law 27-40 (2011).
"Cap and Trade Programs Under the Clean Air Act: Lessons from the Clean Air Interstate Rule and the NOx SIP Call." 18 Penn State Environmental Law Review 102-123 (2009).
"EPA's Endangerment Finding for Greenhouse Gases and the Potential Duty to Adopt National Ambient Air Quality Standards to Address Global Climate Change." 33 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 437-468 (2009).
"China and Climate Change: Domestic Environmental Needs, Differentiated International Responsibilities, and Rule of Law Weaknesses." 3 Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal 200-235 (2008).
"Looking to Upwind States to Reduce Interstate Ozone Pollution." 31 Environmental Law Reporter 11045-11054 (2001).
"Must EPA Use a Cost-Benefit Analysis to Set National Air-Quality Standards?" Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases 101-105 (Oct. 23, 2000).
"The D.C. Circuit Gives New Life and New Meaning to the Non-Delegation Doctrine in American Trucking Associations, Inc. v. EPA." 19 Virginia Environmental Law Journal 57-86 (2000).
"Consensus Through Mediation: A Case Study of the Chesapeake Bay Land Use Roundtable and the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act." 5 Journal of Law & Politics 827-863 (1989) (Student work).