Alex Erwin

University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law

Teaching Fellow

P.O. Box 210176

Tucson, AZ 85721-0176

United States

Genetics Graduate Interdisciplinary Program - University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

2

DOWNLOADS

167

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Ideas:
“  I am a Teaching Fellow at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. I am also concurrently a PhD Candidate in the Genetics GIDP at the University of Arizona. I have a desire to work at the intersection of science and public policy, updating our laws to better reflect scientific realities. I want to better understand and affect the American system of wildlife conservation from the ground up: from field work and wet-lab genetics all the way up to Congressional Acts and Supreme Court cases.  ”

Scholarly Papers (2)

1.

Hybridizing Law: A Policy for Hybridization Under the Endangered Species Act

Environmental Law Reporter, Vol. 47, Pg. 10615, 2017, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 17-04
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 10 Mar 2017 Last Revised: 13 Aug 2019
Alex Erwin
University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law
Downloads 124 (245,780)
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hybridization, hybrids, Endangered Species Act, ESA, genomic technologies, evolutionary biology, hybrid policy

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Feeding the World: How Changes in Biotech Regulation Can Jump Start the Second Green Revolution and Diversify the Agricultural Industry

44 William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 327 (2020), Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 19-17
Number of pages: 64 Posted: 15 Aug 2019 Last Revised: 19 Jun 2020
Alex Erwin and Robert Glennon
University of Arizona - James E. Rogers College of Law and University of Arizona - Rogers College of Law
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water, water scarcity, climate change, water policy, solutions to water shortages, GMO, biotechnology, crops, food, genetic engineering, regulation, agriculture, gene editing, CRISPR, risk-based regulation