San Diego Law Review
Water, Water Everywhere, and Not a Bite to Eat: Sovereign Immunity, Federal Disaster Relief, and Hurricane Katrina
This Comment contends that judicial review should be available to Katrina victims whose injuries arose from failure to receive emergency food supplies. Reviewing the liability landscape in its entirety would require investigation of laws, regulations, and plans on the federal state, and municipal levels. Instead, this Comment focuses specifically on claims that New Orleans residents might pursue against the federal government for its failure to provide adequate food.
Water, Water Everywhere, and Not a Bite to Eat: Sovereign Immunity, Federal Disaster Relief, and Hurricane Katrina,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol43/iss3/8