The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Law is a multi-disciplinary journal of law, science, and policy published twice annually by the University of Kentucky College of Law. The Journal is edited entirely by students of the College of Law. A forum for articles by practitioners, academicians, policy-makers, and other professionals throughout the United States and abroad, the Journal welcomes original manuscripts focusing on the legal, policy, and ethical issues related to the environment, natural resources, land use, and energy.
Browse the contents of Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources Law Symposia:
- The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agricultural, & Natural Resources Law Fifth Annual Symposium
- Innovation & Advancement
- The 2018 KJEANRL symposium will focus on a variety of issues facing the Commonwealth of Kentucky and our nation, including: access to clean water, legislative efforts in the horse industry, food safety and production, and the future of energy production.
- Faces of the Bluegrass
- The 2017 KJEANRL symposium focused on a variety of issues facing the Commonwealth of Kentucky, including: coal, regulations, oil and gas law, and clean power plants.
- Improving or Impeding? The Local & National Effects of State & Federal Regulation
- The law surrounding our three focus areas—equine, agriculture, and natural resources—uniquely impacts the Kentucky economy. And regulations, at all levels, have two often competing goals that policymakers must balance: economic growth with human and environmental protection.