OCCRI Researchers

Title: Assistant Professor
Name: Hari Osofsky
Institution: University of Oregon
Department: School of Law
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Admitted to practice before the State Courts of California, the U.S. District Court of the Central District of California, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Memberships in American Bar Association, American Society of International Law, Association of American Geographers, International Law Association–American Branch, Law and Society Association

Association of American Law Schools, Section on Property Law: Executive Committee (2006)

American Society of International Law: 2008 Annual Meeting, Program Committee Member; Rights of Indigenous Peoples Interest Group, Co-Chair (2006–Present)

American Branch of the International Law Association: International Law Weekend, Conference Co-Chair (2007 Conference), Organizing Committee Member (2006 Conference); International Law Weekend – West, Conference Co-Chair (2005 Conference); Organizing Committee Member (2007 Conference, 2003 Conference)

Selected Publications:

Hari M. Osofsky, Climate Change Litigation as Pluralist Legal Dialogue?, 26 STANFORD ENVTL. L.J. & 43 STANFORD J. INT’L L. 181 (2007) (Joint Issue) (Selected for Stanford Climate Symposium).

Hari M. Osofsky, The Geography of Climate Change Litigation: Implications for Transnational Regulatory Governance, 83 WASH. U. L.Q. 1789 (2005) (actual publication in 2006) (runner-up for Land Use and Environment Law Review’s compilation of the top ten land use and environmental law articles of 2006).

Hari M. Osofsky, Local Approaches to Transnational Corporate Responsibility: Mapping the Role of Sub-National Climate Change Litigation, 20 PACIFIC MCGEORGE GLOBAL BUS. & DEV. L.J. ___ (2007) (in press) (Symposium Issue).

Hari M. Osofsky, The Inuit Petition as a Bridge?: Beyond Dialectics of Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, 31 AM. INDIAN L. REV. 675 (2007) (Symposium Issue) (will be reprinted in ADJUDICATING CLIMATE CHANGE: SUBNATIONAL, NATIONAL, AND SUPRA-NATIONAL APPROACHES (William C.G. Burns & Hari M. Osofsky, eds.) (forthcoming 2007, Cambridge University Press)).