The Public Land & Resources Law Review is run by a board of student editors at the University of Montana's Alexander Blewett III School of Law. The organization supports professional scholarship and student-written articles exploring legal issues related to public lands and land use, natural resources and the environment, and tribal & federal Indian relations. This site hosts selections from our most recent publication, summaries of recent court decisions, an archive of previous volumes, and information about and from our biennial Public Land Law Conference.
Current Volume: Volume 38
Table of Contents
“Coordinating” with the Federal Government: Assessing County Efforts to Control Decisionmaking on Public Lands
Michael C. Blumm and James A. Fraser
Riparian Rights, Navigability, and the Equal Footing Doctrine in Montana
Dennison A. Butler