1976, Colorado; 1984, Texas
Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1976
Law School Graduation Year
University of California at Santa Barbara, B.A., with high honors, 1972; Harvard University School o
Dallas (Chairperson, Environmental Law Section, 1985) and American (Member, Natural Resources Law Section) Bar Associations; State Bar of Texas.
Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. Notes and Comments Editor, Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 1975-1976. Assistant Professor, 1981-1986 and Associate Professor, 1986—, Southern Methodist University School of Law. Attorney/Advisor, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1977-1980. Acting Assistant General Counsel, 1981. Author: Solid Waste and Recycled Materials Under RCRA: Separating Chaff from Wheat, Vol. 16 Ecology Law Quarterly, No. 623, 1989; Gwaltney is Full of Baloney: Protection from Citizen Suits for Past Violations May Not be Much Protection at All, Vol. 19, State Bar of Texas Environmental Law Journal, No. 98, 1989; Lender Liability for Hazardous Waste Cleanup, Lender Liability Law and Litigation, 1989; Recovering Hazardous Waste Cleanup Costs: The Private Cause of Action Under CERCLA, Vol. 13 Ecology Law Quarterly, No. 181, 1986; Informal Rulemaking by Settlement Agreement, Vol. 73 Georgetown Law Journal, No. 1241, 1985; Environmental Protection, Regulation of Business Enterprises in U.S.A., 1985; Regulation of Toxic Pollutants Under the Clean Water Act: NPDES Toxics Control Strategies, Vol. 50 Journal of Air Law and Commerce, No. 761, 1985; Federal Supervision of State Water Quality Standards Under the Clean Water Act, Vol. 36 Vanderbilt Law Review, No. 1167, 1983; Voir Dire of Jurors: Constitutional Limits to the Right to Inquiry Into Prejudice, Vol. 48 University of Colorado Law Review No. 525, 1977. Clerk to the Honorable Edward Pringle, Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court, 1976-1977.