Dear 1L . . .
You couldn’t have picked a more critical time to come to law school, for the country, the planet, and our future.
Dear 1L: You’ve gotten to law school at a crucial time for the future of the planet. The good news is that you’re arriving at a pivotal point when your work as a lawyer can make a big difference. The bad news is that we have a dwindling amount of time to get the situation …
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Citations for environmental and energy law scholars 2021
The most-cited environmental and energy law professors from 2016-2020
Brian Leiter at Chicago is once again doing his occasional series identifying the top cited legal scholars in the United States in a range of substantive areas. As I did the last time Leiter posted these totals, I thought it might be helpful to our readers to have a list that is focused on US …
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Richard Epstein Strikes Again
Once again, the famed libertarian law professor offers wildly offbase advice.
Having previously pooh-poohed the dangers of the coronavirus, Richard Epstein is now calling for an immediate end to social distancing and business shutdowns. It’s unfortunate that he has chosen to dig himself deeper into a hole rather than admitting his earlier mistake and moving on. As I discussed in a previous post, Epstein initially predicted …
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Citations for environmental and energy law professors
The most-cited environmental and energy law professors in 2010-2014
Brian Leiter at Chicago is doing one of his occasional series identifying the top cited legal scholars in a range of substantive areas. One list he has done covers administrative and environmental scholars – however, his list includes a number of top administrative law scholars who do not focus on environmental and energy law. I …
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