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Author Archives: Daniel Lutz
On April 21, the Institute for Public Representation filed an amicus brief on behalf of forty-two Environmental Law Professors in the case People for Ethical Treatment of Property Owners (PETPO) v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), supporting the defendant … Continue reading
The Institute for Public Representation was honored with an award on April 16th at a reception hosted by Scenic America to commemorate the 50th anniversary of both the Highway Beautification Act and Lady Bird Johnson’s Conference on National Beauty. IPR … Continue reading
How will you get credit that is graduate for expertise? Even though it’s achievable, is it recommended? This informative article thinks pros, the number of choices and cons of the credit-for- system at the graduate level. Growing Endorsement of Non-Traditional … Continue reading