Book Chapters

Shannon Roesler, "Landscapes of Inequality: Racial Segregation and Environmental Injustice," in Environmental Law, Disrupted., Keith Hirokawa & Jessica Owley eds., Washington, D.C.: ELI Press, 2021.

Shannon Roesler, "Competitive Federalism: Environmental Governance as a Zero-Sum Game," in Beyond Zero-Sum Environmentalism, Sarah Krakoff, Melissa Powers, and Jonathan D. Rosenbloom, eds. Washington, D.C.: ELI Press, 2019.

Shannon Roesler, "Responding to Climate-Related Harms: A Role for the Courts?," in Contemporary Issues in Climate Change Law and Policy: Essays Inspired by the IPCC, Robin Kundis Craig & Stephen R. Miller eds. Washington, DC: ELI Press, 2016, at 181, 17 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Determining What Equity Means in the Context of Global Climate Change," in Rethinking Sustainability to Meet the Climate Change Challenge, Keith Hirokawa & Jessica Owley, eds. Washington, DC: ELI Press, 2015, at 243, 18 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Challenging What Appears 'Natural': The Environmental Justice Movement’s Impact on the Environmental Agenda," in Environmental Law and Contrasting Ideas of Nature: A Constructivist Approach, Keith Hirokawa, ed. NY: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2014, at 230, 18 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Women's Human Rights Abuses in the Name of Religion," in The Handbook of Women, Psychology, & Law, Andrea Barnes ed. NY: press, 2005, at 280, 13 pages.


Shannon M. Roesler, "Constitutional Resilience," 80 Washington & Lee Law Review 1523 (2023), 85 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Adapting to a 4˚C World," with others, 52 Environmental Law Reporter 10211 (2022), 29 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Racial Segregation and Environmental Injustice," 51 Environmental Law Reporter 10773 (2021), 12 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Environmental Law, Disrupted by COVID-19," with others, 51 Environmental Law Reporter 10509 (2021), 15 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "State-Created Environmental Dangers and Substantive Due Process," 73 Florida Law Review 685 (2021), 62 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Agency Reasons at the Intersection of Expertise and Presidential Preferences," 71 Administrative Law Review 491 (2019), 65 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Competitive Federalism: Environmental Governance as a Zero-Sum Game," 49 Environmental Law Reporter 10858 (2019), 12 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Evaluating Corporate Speech About Science," 106 Georgetown Law Journal 447 (2018), 68 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "State Standing to Challenge Federal Authority in the Modern Administrative State," 91 Washington Law Review 637 (2016), 67 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Federalism and Local Environmental Regulation," 48 U.C. Davis Law Review 1111 (2015), 72 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "The Nature of the Environmental Right to Know," 39 Ecology Law Quarterly 989 (2012), 61 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Addressing Environmental Injustices: A Capability Approach to Rulemaking," 114 West Virginia Law Review 49 (2011), 61 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "The Ethics of Global Justice Lawyering," 13 Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal 185 (2010), 55 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Modern Legal Reform in Egypt: Shifting Claims to Legal Authority," 14 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 393 (2006), 37 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Who Are 'We the People': The Legal Response to Twentieth Century Migration in Germany and the United States," 1 Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law 92 (2001), 38 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Comment: The Kansas Remedy by Due Course of Law Provision: Defining a Right to a Remedy," 47 University of Kansas Law Review 655 (1999), 28 pages.

Short Essays

Shannon Roesler, "Environmental Law. Disrupted." with Sarah Krakoff and others, 49 Environmental Law Reporter at 10050 (2019), 2 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Beyond Zero-Sum Environmentalism," contribution with others, 47 Environmental Law Reporter. News & Analysis at 10336 (2017), 2 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "A Response to the IPCC Fifth Assessment," contribution with others, 45 Environmental Law Reporter at 10032 (2015), 2 pages.

Shannon Roesler, "Rethinking Sustainability to Meet the Climate Change Challenge," contribution with others, 43 Environmental Law Reporter at 10349 (2013), 2 pages.

Book Reviews

Shannon Roesler, "Permutations of Judicial Power: The New Constitutionalism and the Expansion of Judicial Authority," 32 Law & Social Inquiry 545 (2007), 37 pages.