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Volume 39: Issue 3

Tribute to the Honorable John E. Simonett / Contemporary Issues in Minnesota Water Law

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Tribute to the Honorable John E. Simonett

Thomas H. Boyd, Foreword: The Distinguished Life & Work of the Honorable John E. Simonett

Honorable Douglas P. Anderson, Boss, Mentor, and Friend

Richard L. Pemberton and Carrie L. Weber, A Remembrance of John Simonett: The Consummate Trial Lawyer and the Consummate Gentleman

Larry D. Espel, John Simonett—Reflections from Recent Colleagues

Honorable Kevin G. Ross, A Few Lessons from the Master Craftsman: Justice John Simonett the Writer

Governor Al Quie, Remarks: The Distinguished Life & Work of the Honorable John E. Simonett

Honorable Paul H. Anderson, The Distinguished Life & Work of the Honorable John E. Simonett: Justice Simonett & the Art of Judging

Honorable Harriet Lansing, Justice Simonett’s Constitutional Wisdom

Dean Robert A. Stein, Building a Strong Foundation: Justice John Simonett and Constitutional Law in Minnesota

Randall Tietjen, “An Inarticulate Premise Intuitively Felt”

Mike Steenson, Justice John E. Simonett and the Law of Torts

Honorable Martha M. Simonett, Justice John E. Simonett: 1924 – 2011

Contemporary Issues in Minnesota Water Law

Deborah L. Swackhamer, Ph.D., Foreword: The Sustainability of Minnesota’s Water Resources

Sherry A. Enzler, Suzanne Sutro Rhees, and Deborah L. Swackhamer, Finding a Path to Sustainable Water Management: Where We’ve Been, Where We Need to Go

Jean L. Coleman, J.D. and Suzanne Sutro Rhees, AICP, Where Land and Water Meet: Opportunities for Integrating Minnesota Water and Land Use Planning Statutes for Water Sustainability

Sherry A. Enzler, EPA-Minnesota Ag Certainty Program—Is It Up to the Task of Cleaning Our Waters?

Bradley C. Karkkainen, The Great Lakes Water Resources Compact and Agreement: Transboundary Normativity Without International Law

 

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