Natural Resources Legal Scholar Discusses Biden’s Public Lands Protections

An Oregon natural resources law scholar cautioned against unwarranted optimism about the Biden administration’s commitment to public lands protections during an April 7 lecture sponsored by the University of Colorado Law School. Marcilynn Burke, dean of the University of Oregon School of Law, said many of the programs necessary to advance the president’s policy agenda will require assent from a Congress that shows little sign of being likely to grant it and a persistent willingness to engage with critics who are likely to raise many of the same arguments and legal battles that prevented

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