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New Citations to WVU Law Faculty Scholarship, April-June 2019

Scholarly publications of West Virginia University College of Law faculty members are frequently cited for their authority in various areas of expertise. The following is a list of works cited this spring between April 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019.

Robert Bastress

Professor Van Nostrand Presents at Energy and Mineral Law Foundation Annual Institute

West Virginia University College of Law Professor James Van Nostrand spoke today, June 11, 2019, at the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation Annual Institute.  The foundation is a nonprofit educational organization that focuses on laws and regulations related to natural resource development. 

Professor Van Nostrand's talk was titled "Incorporating Solar Energy into the Appalachian Grid".

WVU Law Faculty Dominates the Digital Airwaves

In April 2019, WVU Law faculty members appeared on four law podcast episodes on three different podcasts including This Week in Health Law, the CAP-Impact Podcast, and the Ipse Dixit Podcast. All episodes are now available online.

Professor James Van Nostrand on episode 43 of the Cap-Impact Podcast, April 4, 2019.

Professor Van Nostrand Interviewed on The CAP-Impact Podcast

West Virginia University College of Law professor James Van Nostrand was recently interviewed by Jon Wainwright on episode 43 of The CAP-impact Podcast. The podcast is hosted by McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy at the McGeorge School of Law. Professor Van Nostrand discusses climate change, the evolving energy sector and its impact on the coal industry, utilities, and the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan.

The CAP-impact Podcast episode is now live. You can listen to it on  iTunesApple PodcastsStitcher Radio, or wherever else you listen to podcasts.