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Sean Kammer

Sean Kammer
Assistant Professor
Law, Law School
ULS School of Law 215
Phone: 605-677-6345
Teaching Interests:
Natural Resources Law Environmental Law Minerals and Energy Legal History Advanced Legal Writing
Education:
  • JD, Duke University School of Law, 2004
  • BA, History, University of Wyoming, 2000
Publications:
  • Kammer, S., Public Opinion is More than Law: Popular Sovereignty and Vigilantism in the Nebraska Territory, Great Plains Quarterly, vol. 31, iss. 4, pp. 309-324.
  • Kammer, S., The Railroads Must Have Ties: A Legal History of Forest Conservation and the Oregon & California Railroad Land Grant, 1887-1916, Western Legal History, vol. 23, iss. 1, pp. 1-20.
  • Kammer, S., Hoffman, A. K., Smoking Out Forest Fire Management: Lifting the Haze of an Unaccountable Congress and Lighting up a New Law of Fire, South Dakota Law Review.
  • Kammer, S., “No Trespassing”: Railroad Land Grants, the Right of Exclusion, and the Origins of Federal Forest Conservation, North Dakota Law Review.
  • Kammer, S., (2013), Coming to Terms with Wilderness: The Wilderness Act and the Problem of Wildlife Restoration, Environmental Law, vol. 43, iss. 1, pp. 83-124.
Presentations:
  • Kammer, S. (2012, October). You Don't Buy or Sell that Kind of Place: Crater Lake National Park, Indian Treaty Rights, and Wilderness as Contested Ground. Presented at the Western History Association's 52nd Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Kammer, S. (2010, October). Friend or Foe of the Forest: The Southern Pacific Railroad and Federal Land Management in Oregon, 1887-1916. Presented at the Western History Association's 50th Annual Conference, Lake Tahoe, NV.
  • Kammer, S. (2009, October). Squatter Sovereignty, ‘Self-Made Men,’ and the Nebraska Frontier. Presented at the The Thirty-First Mid-America Conference on History, Norman, OK.