Professor Börk Talks to L.A. Times About State Limits on Use of Stream, River Water
News Posted on August 9, 2021
Professor Karrigan Börk spoke to the Los Angeles Times for a story about state water regulators’ vote to enact a drought-related emergency order that would bar thousands of Californians -- mostly farmers -- from using stream and river water. Read the story.
Professor Börk teaches and researches in the areas of environmental law, natural resources, and administrative law. He graduated with Distinction and Pro Bono Distinction from Stanford Law School in 2009, and completed his Ph.D. in Ecology at UC Davis in September 2011. He received the Shapiro Family Award in 2011 as the Outstanding Ph.D. Graduate in Ecology at UC Davis. He clerked for U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Chief Judge Mary Beck Briscoe, U.S. District Court Judge Julie Robinson, and U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas Judge Janice Karlin.