Kim Diana Connolly

Professor; Director of Clinical Legal Education; Director of the Advocacy Institute; Vice Dean for Advocacy and Experiential Education

Research Focus: Administrative Law, Clinical Legal Education, Environmental Law, International Law, Law and Science, Law and Social Science, Legal Education, Legislation, Natural Resources Law

Links:  Curriculum Vitae, SSRN

Contact Information

519 O'Brian Hall, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-1100
Phone: 716-645-2092
Email: kimconno@buffalo.edu

Faculty Assistant: Sandy Conti

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Books

SUPPLEMENT TO WETLANDS: LAW AND POLICY: UNDERSTANDING SECTION 404 (with Stephen M. Johnson) (American Bar Association: Oct.  2009)

SUPPLEMENT TO THE CLEAN WATER HANDBOOK AND WETLANDS: LAW AND POLICY: UNDERSTANDING SECTION 404 (with Stephen M. Johnson and Mark A. Ryan) (American Bar Association: Jan. 2007)
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WETLANDS LAW AND POLICY: UNDERSTANDING SECTION 404 (with Stephen M. Johnson, Douglas R. Williams, eds.) (Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, American Bar Association: 2005)
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Journal Articles

Towards Engaged Scholarship (with John Nolon et al) PACE LAW REVIEW vol. 33: 821-877 (2013)
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Do Good to Get Barred: The New Empire State Pro Bono Requirement’s Potential Impact on Environmental Law Practitioners, THE NEW YORK ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYER (Spring-Summer 2013)

Is It Time for Real Reform (with Mary Lynch) NYSBA BAR JOURNAL (Sept. 2013)

Spinning Sackett: Assessing New and Traditional Media Coverage So Far, NATIONAL WETLANDS NEWSLETTER vol. 34(3): 5-6 (2012)

A Decade of Uncertainty: Precon, Leaked Guidance, and Where to Go From Here?, NATIONAL WETLANDS NEWSLETTER vol. 33(3): 5-6 (May-June 2011)

Navigating Tricky Ethical Shoals in Environmental Law: Parameters of Counseling and Managing Clients, Wyoming Law Review  vol. 10: 443 (2010)
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African Wetlands of International Importance: Assessment of Benefits Associated with Designations under the Ramsar Convention, GEORGETOWN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW  vol. 21: 257 (2009)
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An Overview of Environmental Law Clinics in the United States: Adaptive Ecosystem Management in Action, CHONNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (2008)

Best Practices for Legal Education: Using Simulations and Other Interactive Teaching Methodologies, CHOSUN UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW (2008)

Can Happy Subjects Have an Enlightened Despot? Customer Satisfaction Among Army Corps Permit Applicants, NATIONAL WETLANDS NEWSLETTER vol. 29: 8 (2007)
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Coastal Regulation in South Carolina - Will the Rising Sea Change the Nature of Governing Law, SOUTH CAROLINA LAWYER vol. 19: 20 (2007)
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Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: Assessment of International Designations within the United States (with Royal C. Gardner) NATIONAL WETLANDS NEWSLETTER vol. 29: 6 (2007)
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Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: Assessment of International Designations within the United States (with Royal C. Gardner) ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER NEWS & ANALYSIS vol. 37: 10089 (2007)
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Survey Says: Army Corps No Scalian Despot, ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REPORTER vol. 37: 10317 (2007)
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Bridging the Divide: Examining the Role of the Public Trust in Protecting Coastal and Wetland Resources, SOUTHEASTERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL  vol. 15: 1 (2006)
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Shifting Interests: Rethinking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Permitting Process and Public Interest Review in Light of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, THURGOOD MARSHALL LAW REVIEW vol. 32: 109 (2006)
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Looking to Local Law: Can Local Ordinances Help Protect Isolated Wetlands? NATIONAL WETLANDS NEWSLETTER vol. 27: 21 (2005)
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Ecology of Breastfeeding, SOUTHEASTERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL vol. 13: 157 (2004)
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Keeping Wetlands Wet: Are Existing Protections Enough?, VERMONT LAW SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL  vol. 6: 169 (2004)
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Elucidating the Elephant: Interdisciplinary Law School Classes, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY vol. 11: 11 (2003)
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A Retrospective on Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council: Public Policy Implications for the 21st Century (with Dana Beach) SOUTHEASTERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL vol. 12: 1 (2003)
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Small Town Trash: A Model Comprehensive Solid Waste Ordinance for Rural Areas of the United States, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW vol. 53: 1  (2003)
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An Introduction to the Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) Consultation Process for the South Atlantic Region, SOUTHEASTERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL  vol. 11: 1 (2002)
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"Streamlined" Permits, Migratory Birds and Draining Ditches - Recent Developments Confirm Need to Amend Statutory Wetlands Protection, COASTAL SOCIETY BULLETIN vol. 22: 16 (2000)
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Book Chapters

Marine Ecosystem Protection in OCEAN AND COASTAL LAW (American Bar Association, 2nd edition, forthcoming)

Climate Change in Wetland Ecosystems: Meeting the Needs and Welfare of the People and the Planet, CLIMATE CHANGE: A READER (W. Rodgers & M. Robinson-Dorn, eds.) (Carolina Press: 2011) p. 387
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Marine Protected Areas, OCEAN AND COASTAL LAW AND POLICY (Don Baur, Tim Eichenberg, and G. Michael Sutton, eds.) (American Bar Association: 2008) p. 535
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Regulation of Coastal Wetlands and Other Waters in the United States, OCEAN AND COASTAL LAW AND POLICY (Don Baur, Tim Eichenberg, and G. Michael Sutton, eds.) (1st ed. 2008) p. 87-145
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Any Hope for Happily Ever After? Reflections on Rapanos and the Future of the Clean Water Act Section 404 Program, THE SUPREME COURT AND THE CLEAN WATER ACT: FIVE ESSAYS (Vermont Law School, Land Use Institute: 2007)
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Federal Wetlands Regulation: An Overview, WETLANDS LAW AND POLICY: UNDERSTANDING SECTION 404 (with Douglas R. Williams) (Kim Diana Connolly, Stephen M. Johnson, Douglas R. Williams, eds.) (2005) p. 1
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The Corps Administrative Appeal Process, WETLANDS LAW AND POLICY: UNDERSTANDING SECTION 404 (with Stephen M. Johnson, Douglas R. Williams, eds.) (Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, American Bar Association: 2005) p. 357
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Reviews

Has the Field Grown Too Complex for a State-Specific "Handbook" on Environmental Law?, SOUTH CAROLINA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL vol. 9: 279-293 (2001) (reviewing the GOVERNMENT INSTITUTE'S SOUTH CAROLINA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW HANDBOOK (3rd Edition) (2000))