Daniel Cordalis, J.D.

Lecturer - Environmental Law

Specialty Area

Environmental Law

Education

Ph.D Candidate, Environmental Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
J.D., American Indian law and public lands law focus, University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, CO
M.A. Geography (Hydrology focus), University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
B.A. Geology, Environmental Engineering, Rice University

Courses Taught

ESM 325 - Environmental Law and Regulation

Publications

Protecting The Sacred: Tribal Cultural Resources in the Grand Canyon Region and on the Federal Public Lands, National Congress of American Indians Annual Conference (June 2015).

Amy Cordalis & Daniel Cordalis, Indian Water Rights: A “Cloud” over the Colorado River Basin, 5 ARIZ. J. ENVTL. L. & POL’Y 333 (2015).

Sucking the life out of Reservations: How Groundwater Policy Impacts Tribes and What Tribes Might Do About It, National Congress of American Indians Mid-Year Conference (June 2014).

Thirsty States, Flooded States: Where is Water Law Headed?, National Association of Appellate Court Attorneys Annual Conference (with Justice Greg Hobbs, Jr.) (July 2013).

Tribal Governments and Caring for the Natural World, National Park Service Foundations of Indian Law & Policy Workshop (July 2012 & July 2013).

Charles F. Wilkinson & Daniel Cordalis, Heeding the Clarion Call for Sustainable, Spiritual Landscapes: Will the People Be Granted a New Forest Service?, 33 PUB. LAND AND RES. L. REV. 1 (2012).

Daniel Cordalis, American Indian Tribes and Water Resource Development, in, PLANNING FOR AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE—MONITORING, INTEGRATION, AND ADAPTATION. PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD INTERAGENCY
CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH IN THE WATERSHEDS (R.M.T. Webb and D.J. Semmens, eds.) U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report (2009).

Daniel Cordalis & Dean B. Suagee, American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes and Climate Change, 22 NAT. RES. & ENV’T 45 (2008).

Daniel Cordalis, J.D.
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