For the past 20 years I have taught law students at the University of Montana and Vermont Law School. Teaching keeps me current on the law and provides the privilege of helping to train the next generation of advocates. I teach both on-line and in the classroom. Courses include Water Resources, Watershed Management, Environmental Law, Federal Public Lands and Resources, Climate Change and Constitutional Law.
- Yanmei Lin and Jack Tuholske, Field Notes from Afar: China’s New Environmental Public Interest Law in Action, 45 ELR 10855, September 2015.
- Jack R. Tuholske, The Montana Supreme Court’s Conservative Approach to Interpreting New Fundamental Rights, 72 MONT. L. REV. 237 (2011).
- Sarah A. Klahn Esq. and Jack R. Tuholske, A Survey of Western Water Law Regulation of Coalbed Methane Produced Ground Water, 77 THE WATER REPORT 1 (July 15, 2010).
- Jack R. Tuholske, Hot Water, Dry Streams: A Tale of Two Trout, 34 VT L. REV. 927 (2010).
- Jack R. Tuholske, When Is a Stream a Stream, Water Natural, and Property Private?
59 THE WATER REPORT 10 (Jan.15, 2009).
- Jack R. Tuholske, Michael G. Bader, Creating Resilient Habitats: Native Fish Recovery in a Time of Climate Change, Sierra Club Western Regional Office, (Oct. 2008).
- Jack R. Tuholske, Groundwater and the Public Trust Doctrine: A Fresh Application of an Age-old Principle, 9 VT J. ENVTL. L. 189 (2008).
- Jack R. Tuholske, The Legislature Shall Make No Law . . . Abridging Montanans’ Constitutional Rights to a Clean and Healthful Environment, 15 SOUTHEASTERN ENVTL. L.J.311 (2007).