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Danielle Stokes

Assistant Professor of Law
Curriculum Vitae

  • Profile
    Danielle Stokes joined Richmond Law from the Syracuse University College of Law, where she served as a faculty fellow. She teaches and writes in the areas of property, environmental law, and environmental justice, with a focus on sustainability and equity in land use planning. Her forthcoming scholarship on renewable energy and federalism will be published in the Minnesota Law Review. Prior to joining academia, Stokes worked in land use and real estate law with McGuireWoods.
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  • Publications
    Journal Articles

    Renewable Energy Federalism , 106 Minnesota Law Review 1757 (2022).

    On Greenlining: Renewing the Charge, Sabin Colloquium on Innovative Environment Law Scholarship (2021).

    Book Chapters

    Climate Conscious Land Use Planning , in A Research Agenda for US Land Use and Planning Law (Edward Elgar Publishing ) (2023).