Jonathan Adler’s recent writings, presentations range from global warming to health care policy

School of Law professor Jonathan Adler’s schedule has been packed with publications, presentations and activities recently. He served as the editor on “Rebuilding the Ark: New Perspectives on Endangered Species Act Reform” (AEI Press, 2011) and guest editor on “Introduction: Symposium on Commercial Speech and Public Health” in Health Matrix. Additionally, his article, “Cooperation, Commandeering, or Crowding Out? Federal Intervention and State Choices in Health Care Policy” was published in the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy and “Would the REINS Act Rein in Federal Regulation?” appeared in Regulation. Adler also served as guest editor for a special book review symposium, “Regulation by Litigation,” in Regulation and Governance.

Additionally, his essays and reviews appeared in The New Atlantis, PERC Reports, National Review Online, RegBlog and SCOTUSBlog.

Adler presented on “What’s Not Cool about Global Warming Policy” at the Federalist Society Denver Lawyers’ Chapter in May; on “Making Sense of the Supreme Court” at the Alumni CLE Lecture at Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Cleveland in June; and on his paper, “The Firm, the Environment, and the Law,” at a workshop at the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Mont., in August. At the center, he was a Lone Mountain Fellow; as part of the fellowship, he participated in workshops on “Lessons Learned in Rights-based Fisheries Management” and “Human Adaptation to Climate Change.”