Nicholas F. Stump is a Library Faculty Member at West Virginia University College of Law, where he teaches in the legal research curriculum with subject expertise in energy and environmental legal research. His scholarship focuses on the intersection of environmental law, critical legal theory, and Appalachian Studies.
Library Faculty Member, West Virginia University College of Law
University of Tennessee , M.S.I.S.
West Virginia University College of Law , J.D.
De-Essentializing Appalachia: Effective Public Policy Requires Unmasking Regional Myths, 120 W.Va. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming)
Mountain Resistance: Appalachian Civil Disobedience in Critical Legal Research Modeled Law Reform, 41 U.C. Davis Envlt. L. & Pol'y J. __ (forthcoming)
Environmental Human Rights in the Trump Era: Modes of Resistance and Reform, Oxford Human Rights Hub
Food Deserts in Appalachia: A Socioeconomic Ill and Opportunities for Reform, Oxford Human Rights Hub
Appalachia in Crisis: A Human Rights Approach to Environmental Justice in the U.S., Oxford Human Rights Hub
Following New Lights: Critical Legal Research Strategies as a Spark for Law Reform in Appalachia, 23 Am. U.J. Gender Soc. Pol’y & L. 573