Elizabeth Kronk Warner portrait
  • Jefferson B. & Rita E. Fordham Presidential Dean and Professor of Law, College Of Law - Dean

Publications

  • The Indigeneity of Environmental Justice: A Case Study, in The Cambridge Handbook on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development (Sumudu Atapattu, Carmen G. Gonzalez, and Sara Seck, eds.) (forthcoming). Accepted, 01/2020.
  • Indian Law in 2018 Kansas Annual Survey of Law Volume XXVIII (Hon. Steve Leben, et al. eds. Kansas Bar Association) (forthcoming). Accepted, 01/2020.
  • Voices in Devon A. Mihesuah and Elizabeth Hoover, eds., Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the U.S.: Restoring Cultural Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2019) (forthcoming). Published, 01/2019.
  • Native American Natural Resources (4th ed. Carolina Academic Press Summer 2018). Published, 07/2018.
  • Energy Justice (Edward Elgar Summer 2018) (Accepted/In-Process). Published, 07/2018.
  • Valuable Lessons to Learn from Tribal Innovation, 64 Federal Lawyer 6 (April 2017). Published, 04/2017.
  • Returning to the Tribal Environmental “Laboratory”: An Examination of Environmental Enforcement Techniques in Indian Country, 6 Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law 341 (Spring 2017). Published, 03/2017.
  • Environmental Protection in Indian Country: The Fundamentals, 47 Environmental Law Reporter 10905 (November 2017). Published, 01/2017.
  • Environmental Justice: A Necessary Lens to Effectively View Environmental Threats to Indigenous Survival, 26 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 343 (Summer 2017). Published, 01/2017.
  • Indian Law in 2017 Kansas Annual Survey of Law Volume XXVIII (Hon. Steve Leben, et al. eds. Kansas Bar Association) (2017). Published, 01/2017.
  • Tips for Practicing in Tribal Courts, 85 Kansas Bar Association Journal 24 (April 2016). Published, 04/2016.
  • Looking to the Third Sovereign: Tribal Environmental Ethics as an Alternative Paradigm, 33 Pace Environmental Law Review 397 (Spring 2016). Published, 03/2016.
  • Ethics and Indian Country, 63 Federal Lawyer 4 (April 2016). Published, 01/2016.
  • Everything Old is New Again: Enforcing Tribal Treaty Provisions to Protect Climate Change Threatened Resources, 94 Nebraska L. Rev. 916 (2016). Published, 01/2016.
  • Indian Law in 2016 Kansas Annual Survey Volume XXVII (Hon. Steve Leben, et al. eds. Kansas Bar Association) (2016). Published, 01/2016.
  • Working to Protect the Seventh Generation: Indigenous Peoples as Agents of Change, 13 Santa Clara J. of Int’l L. 273 (2015). Published, 03/2015.
  • Indigenous Adaptation in the Face of Climate Change, 31 Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law 129 (2015). Published, 03/2015.
  • Justice Brandeis and Indian Country: Lessons from the Tribal Environmental Laboratory, 47 Arizona State Law Journal 857 (2015). Published, 03/2015.
  • Protecting Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Climate Change, 27 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 585 (2015). Published, 03/2015.
  • Indian Law in 2015 Kansas Annual Survey Volume XXVI (Hon. Steve Leben, et al. eds. Kansas Bar Association) (2015). Published, 01/2015.
  • South of South: Examining the International Climate Regime from an Indigenous Perspective in International Environmental Law: Perspectives from the Global South (Cambridge University Press 2015). Published, 01/2015.
  • Tribes as Innovative Environmental “Laboratories”, 86 University of Colorado Law Review 789 (2015). Published, 01/2015.
  • Environmental Law Applicable in American Indian Country in Comparative Environmental Law and Regulation (Elizabeth Burleson, Ling Heng Lye and Nicholas Robinson eds West) (September 2014). Published, 01/2014.
  • Indian Law in 2014 Kansas Annual Survey Volume XXV (Hon. Steve Leben, et al. eds Kansas Bar Association) (2014). Published, 01/2014.
  • Examining Tribal Environmental Law, 39 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 42 (2014). Published, 01/2014.
  • Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples: The Search for Legal Remedies (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013). Published, 01/2013.
  • Native American Natural Resources (3d ed. Carolina Academic Press 2013). Published, 01/2013.

Presentations

  • The Impact of Climate Change on Indigenous Communities, Presentation at the Annual Unitarian Universalist Conference in Kansas City, MO. Presentation, Presented, 06/22/2018.
  • Environmental Justice and the Social Pillar of Sustainable Development, Presentation at the 4th Annual Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators in Phoenix, AZ. Presentation, Presented, 05/11/2018.
  • Improving Tribal/Federal Consultation Following the Dakota Access Pipeline Controversy, Presentation at the 47th Annual ABA SEER Conference in Orlando, FL. Presentation, Presented, 04/20/2018.
  • Navigating the Path to Tenure and Promotion, Presentation at Annual AALS Conference in San Diego, CA. Presentation, Presented, 01/06/2018.
  • Standing Together: The Intersection of Tribal Law and Sustainability, Presentation to the federal National Benefits Center in Overland Park, KS. Presentation, Presented, 12/01/2017.
  • At a Crossroads: Native American Sovereignty, Water Rights, & Climate Change, Webinar for ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice. Presentation, Presented, 11/03/2017.
  • Introduction to Federal Indian Law and Policy, Regions V and VI Intergovernmental Meetings in Kansas City, MO. Presentation, Presented, 09/14/2017.
  • Environmental Protection in Indian Country 101, Environmental Law Institute in Washington, DC. Presentation, Presented, 07/26/2017.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Inside and Outside the Classroom, AALS Workshop for New Law School Teachers in Washington, D.C. Presentation, Presented, 06/23/2017.
  • Introduction to Federal Indian Law and Policy, NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop in Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 06/19/2017.
  • Lessons Learned from the Dakota Access Pipeline Controversy, Annual Arkansas Bar Association Conference in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Presentation, Presented, 06/16/2017.
  • Recent Legal Developments in Federal Indian Law, KU Law Recent Legal Developments CLE in Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 05/19/2017.
  • Managing for Climate Change: Tribal Climate Change Policy Priorities and Opportunities for Co- Management, National Adaptation Forum in St. Paul, MN. Presentation, Presented, 05/10/2017.
  • Protecting the Seventh Generation in the Era of Climate Change: Tribal Resiliency and Adaptation, KU Environmental Studies and Geography Colloquium, Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 04/27/2017.
  • Indian Law Update, CLE Presentation as part of the Annual Kansas Bar Association Survey, Topeka, KS. Presentation, Presented, 04/26/2017.
  • Tribal Water Quality, Annual KU Indigenous Festival and Powwow in Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 04/01/2017.
  • Inherent Tribal Authority to Protect Reservations (focusing on water resources), Tribes and Environmental Law Webinar, Association of Clean Water Administrators hosted in Washington, D.C. Presentation, Presented, 03/14/2017.
  • Guarding Against Exploitation: Protecting Traditional Knowledge in the Modern Era, presented at the conference, “Who Owns Traditions Reconceptualizing the Protection of Indigenous and Traditional Knowledge, hosted by Case Western Reserve University School of Law (Nov. 11, 2016). Presentation, Presented, 11/11/2016.
  • Legal Dimensions of the Protest at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, Keeping the Sacred Conference hosted by Haskell Indian Nations University, Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 10/21/2016.
  • Tribal Water Law and Policy, 2016 Kansas Planning Conference, Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 10/07/2016.
  • Examining the Legal Issues Related to the Standing Rock Sioux Protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline, University of Kansas School of Law, Lawrence, KS. Presentation, Presented, 09/27/2016.
  • Tribal Environmental Law, BYU Law Colloquium Class, Provo, Utah. Presentation, Presented, 09/02/2016.
  • Environmental Justice in Indian Country, Second Annual Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law – Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona. Presentation, Presented, 05/13/2016.
  • 2016 Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Lecture, keynote lecture with Professor Maxine Burkett, University of Oregon. Presentation, Presented, 04/25/2016.
  • Tribal Sovereignty & Climate Change for Alaska Natives, Alaska Policy & Climate Adaptation Webinar Series (online presentation). Presentation, Presented, 01/19/2016.