Hot off the press at Ecology Law Quarterly

ELQ_LogoEcology Law Quarterly has a new issue available online, featuring articles about global environmental law; standing; and NRDC v. Winter; as well as a review of Doremus and Tarlock on the Klamath Basin.  Browse the ELQ website to see this issue, a preview of the next one, the latest from Ecology Law Currents, and more.

Or go directly to the articles in this issue using the links below:

  • The Emergence of Global Environmental Law, Tseming Yang and Robert V. Percival  Read Article (PDF)
  • Standing and Statistical Persons: A Risk-Based Approach to Standing, Bradford Mank   Read Article (PDF)
  • No Whale of a Tale: Legal Implications of Winter v. NRDC, Joel R. Reynolds, Taryn G. Kiekow, Stephen Zak Smith  Read Article (PDF)
  • Salmon, Science, and Subsidies, Book Review of Water War in the Klamath Basin: Macho Law, Combat Biology, and Dirty Politics, Ian Fein  Read Article (PDF)

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Holly Doremus is the James H. House and Hiram H. Hurd Professor of Environmental Regulation at UC Berkeley. Doremus brings a strong background in life sciences and a comm…

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