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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 February 2021

Paul Stanton Kibel
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Golden Gate University School of Law
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Paul Stanton Kibel is Professor at Golden Gate University (GGU), School of Law in San Francisco, California, where he teaches Water Law, directs the GGU Center on Urban Environmental Law (CUEL) and serves as Faculty Editor for the GGU Environmental Law Journal. He has also taught Water Law at the University of California–Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law and Water Policy in the West at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California–Berkeley. Kibel holds an LLM from the University of California–Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law and a BA from Colgate University in New York. He is also natural resource counsel to the Water and Power Law Group. Kibel previously published two books, The Earth on Trial: Environmental Law on the International Stage (Routledge) and Rivertown: Rethinking Urban Rivers (MIT Press), and his articles have appeared in such journals as the Stanford Environmental Law Journal, Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Berkeley Journal of International Law, Ecology Law Quarterly, NYU Environmental Law Journal, Virginia Environmental Law Journal, UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs, and the William and Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review.

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Riverflow
The Right to Keep Water Instream
, pp. 280
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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