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Prof. Joseph Tomain

College of Law

University of Cincinnati, USA

The Wilbert & Helen Ziegler Professor of Law


Email: TOMAINJP@UCMAIL.UC.EDU


Qualifications


J.D., George Washington University, National Law


Publications (selected)


Books

  1. Energy Law in the United States of America (with Davies) (Wolters Kluwer).
  2. Energy Law and Policy (2015 West Publishing) (with Davies, Klass, Orsofsky and Wilson).
  3. Achieving Democracy: The Future of Progressive Regulation (2014 Oxford University Press with Shapiro).
  4. Energy Law in a Nutshell (with Judge Richard Cudahy) (Chinese Translation 2012).
  5. Energy Law in a Nutshell (2nd ed. 2011) (with Cudahy).
  6. Ending Dirty Energy Policy: Prelude to Climate Change (2011 Cambridge University Press).
  7. Creon’s Ghost: Law, Justice, and the Humanities (Oxford University 2009).
  8. Energy Law in a Nutshell (with Judge Richard Cudahy) (2005).
  9. Regulatory Law and Policy 3rd ed. (LexisNexis 2003) (with Shapiro).
  10. Energy Law and Policy for the 21st Century (Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute 2000) (with Hickey, Kelly, Mansfield, and Zillman).
  11. Regulatory Law and Policy (2nd ed.Michie Co. 1998) (with Shapiro).
  12. Regulatory Law and Policy (Michie Co. 1993) (with Shapiro).
  13. Regulatory Law and Policy - Teacher's Manual (Michie Co. 1993, 1998, and 2003) (with Shapiro).
  14. Energy and Natural Resources Law (West Pub. Co. 1992) (with Laitos).
  15. Energy Law and Policy (Anderson Publishing Co., 1989) (with Hickey).

Articles

  1. Traditionally - Structured Electric Utilities in f Distributed Generation World, 38 Nova L. Rev. 473 (2014).
  2. Shale Gas and Clean Energy Policy, 63 Case Western L. Rev. 1187 (2013).
  3. Reading Poets, 87 St. John’s L. Rev.1051 (2013).
  4. Smart Grid, Clean Energy and US Policy, 13 Journal of Competition and Regulation in Network Industries 187 (2012).
  5. Shadow Rates: Financing Clean Energy, 51 Infrastructure 1 (Spring 2012).
  6. The Politics of Clean Energy: Moving Beyond the Beltway, 3 San Diego J. Climate Change and Energy Law 299 (2011).
  7. “Our Generation’s Sputnik Moment:” Regulating Energy Innovation, 31 Utah Envtl. L. Rev. 1 (2011).
  8. Steel in the Ground: Greening the Grid with the iUtility, 39 Envt. L. 931 (2009).
  9. Building the iUtility, 146 Pub. Util Fort. 28 (August 2008).
  10. To A Point, 52 Loyola L. Rev. 1201 (2007).
  11. Smart Energy Paths: How Willie Nelson Saved the Planet, 36 Cumberland L. Rev. 417 (2006).
  12. Katrina’s Energy Agenda, 20 Natural Resources & Environment 43 (Spring 2006).
  13. Rethinking Reform of Electricity Markets, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 497 (2005) (with Shapiro).
  14. Nuclear Futures, 15 Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum 221(2005).
  15. Introduction to Law, Ethics, and Affirmative Action in America, 72 Univ. Cinn. L. Rev. 873 (2004).
  16. Between Law and Virtue, 71 Univ. of Cincinnati Law Review 585 (2002) (with Watts).
  17. The Past and Future of Electricity Regulation, 32 Environmental Law 435 (2002).
  18. The Persistence of Natural Monopoly, 16 Natural Resources & Environment 242 (Spring 2002).
  19. A Changing Landscape: Struggles for the Legal Profession Identified in Ohio Courts Futures Commission Report, Ohio Lawyer 8 (March/April 2001).
  20. A Code of One’s Own, 15 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, & Public Policy 153 (2001).
  21. Electricity Restructuring: A Case Study in Government Regulation, 33 Tulsa Law Journal 827 (1998).
  22. Analyzing Government Regulation, 49 Administrative Law Review 377 (1997) (with Shapiro).
  23. The Four Failures of the Political Economy, 6 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 1 (1992).
  24. Distributional Consequences of Environmental Regulation: Economics, Politics, and Environmental Decisionmaking, 1 Kan. J. of Law & Pub. Pol. 101 (1991).
  25. The Dominant Model of United States Energy Policy, 61 University of Colorado Law Review 355 (1990).
  26. Land Use Mediation for Planners, 7 Mediation Quarterly (1989).

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