Publications Amy Hardberger
B.A., 1994, Earlham College
M.S., 2001, University of Texas at San Antonio
J.D.,(with honors) 2005, Texas Tech University School of Law
- Water is a Girl’s Best Friend: Examining the Water Valuation Dilemma, 62 U. Kan. L. Rev. 893 (2014).
- World's Worst Game of Telephone: Attempting to Understand the Conversation between Texas's Legislature and Courts on Groundwater, 43 Tex. Envtl. L. J. 257 (2013).
- Powering the Tap Dry: Regulatory Alternatives for the Energy Water Nexus, 84 U. Colo. L. Rev. 529 (2013).
- Managing the Risks of CO2 Sequestration, Southwest Hydrology September/October (2009) (coauthored with Scott Anderson).
- Energy-Water Nexus in Texas, Environmental Defense Fund Publication (2009) (coauthored with Ashlynn S. Stillwell, Carey W. King, Michael Webber, and Ian J. Duncan).
- The Facts about Texas Water in TEXAS LAW OF WATER RESOURCES (State Bar Books) (2009) (coauthored with Prof. Gabriel Eckstein).
- State Practice in the Management and Allocation of Transboundary Ground Water Resources in North America 18 Y.B. Int'l Envtl. L. 96 (2008)(coauthored with Prof. Gabriel Eckstein).
- Why We Do the Things We Do?: The Role of Ethics in Water Resource Planning, 6 Santa Clara J. Int'l L. 129 (2008).
- From Policy to Reality: Maximizing Urban Water Conservation in Texas, Environmental Defense Fund Publication (2008).
- Summaries from the Symposium: Precious, Worthless, or Immensurable: The Value and Ethic of Water, Proceedings of Precious, Worthless, or Immensurable: The Value and Ethic of Water, First Water Symposium, ICASALS Publication no. 2005-1 (edited with Prof. Gabriel Eckstein).
- Whose Job is it Anyway?: Governmental Obligations Created by the Human Right to Water, 41 Tex. Int'l L. J. 533 (2006).
- Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Water: Evaluating Water as a Human Right and the Duties and Obligations it Creates, 4 Nw. U. J. Int'l Human Rights 331 (2005).
- What Lies Beneath: Determining the Necessity of International Groundwater Policy Along the United States–Mexico Border and a Roadmap to an Agreement, 35 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 1212 (2004).
- Understanding the Municipal Water Valuation Dilemma, Texas Water Law CLE, March 27-28, 2014.
- Powering the Tap Dry: Regulatory Alternatives for the Energy Water Nexus, St. Mary's University School of Law Homecoming CLE 2013, San Antonio, TX, March 22, 2013.
- “Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources,” Air and Waste Management Association Conference, San Antonio, TX
- “Powering the Tap Dry: Regulatory Alternatives for the Energy Water Nexus,” Faculty Exchange Program, Texas Wesleyan School of Law, Fort Worth, TX
- “Drought, Development and Ethics,” Texas Water Law CLE, San Antonio, TX
- “Water Quality Concerns and Regulatory Alternatives for Shale Gas Development,” Environmental Impacts of Oil and Gas Production CLE, Houston, TX
- “From Top to Bottom: Potential Environmental Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing and Policy Solutions,” Texas Wesleyan School of Law, Fort Worth, TX
- “Ethics and the Human Right to Water,” St. Edwards University Speaker, Austin, TX
- “Water Wars: Can CHP Provide a Solution?,” Combined Heat and Power Tradeshow and Conference, Houston, TX
- “The Ethical Foundation of Texas Water Law,” Texas Water Law CLE, San Antonio, TX
- “Regulating the Energy/Water Nexus,” Groundwater Protection Council 2010 Water Energy Sustainability Symposium, Pittsburgh, PA
- “International River Boundaries: U.S./Mexico, a Case Study,” River Boundaries: Practicalities and Solutions, International Boundary Research Unit, Durham, England
- “Water: The Rush for Blue Gold,” Clean Texas Forum, Austin, TX
- The Future of San Antonio: Water and Energy Needs Meet Land Use Planning, The Rivard Report (Oct. 4, 2013, 5:00 AM), http://therivardreport.com/the-future-of-san-antonio-water-and-energy-needs-meet-land-use-planning/ .