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Lara Fowler Guest

Lara Fowler is a senior lecturer at Penn State Law and the assistant director for outreach and engagement at the Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment.

Date Post Title
01.09.20 New special master finds for Georgia in most recent round of water dispute
07.09.19 Water-rights dispute Florida v. Georgia seems to have stalled (UPDATED)
06.27.18 Opinion analysis: Florida wins another chance, and the case goes back to the drawing board
01.09.18 Argument analysis: Can Florida’s needs for more water be “redressed” by a consumption cap in Georgia?
01.02.18 Argument preview: The long-standing water dispute between Florida and Georgia gets a(nother) day in court
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