Environmental Law

Environmental Law Published quarterly by the students of Lewis & Clark Law School, Environmental Law is the nation’s oldest law review dedicated solely to environmental issues.

A premier legal forum for environmental and natural resources scholarship. Environmental Law is the United States' oldest law review dedicated solely to environmental issues. We pride ourselves on an exhaustive substantive review of our authors' manuscripts and feel that our commitment to only publish the most cutting edge environmental legal scholarship is the reason why Environmental Law continues to be among the country's best and most recognized environmental law journals. Environmental Law 2012-2013 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief - Adrienne L. Thompson Managing Editors - Matthew Deisen & Laura Powers Form & Style Editors - Aaron Bruner & Susan Ma Articles Editors - Elizabeth Oates & Matthew Preusch Notes & Comments Editors - Anna Melichar & Amelia Schlusser Ninth Circuit Review Editor - Jenna Bruce Managing Editor Online Journal - Michael K. McDonald Electronic Resources Editor - James C. Bartholomew Symposium Editor - Robert Molinelli ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Katelynn Boyd Andrew B. Erickson Margaret MacRae Rachel Nakanishi Laura Nelson Sarah Perelstein Zachary Pilchen Allison Rowe Garrett Stephenson Bryan M. Thompson Joseph A. Ureño Lorena Wisehart MEMBERS: Brett Allin Mark Banner Molly Bisulca Peter Clodfelter Cole Enabnit Michelle Enfield JJ England Richard Fitzgerald Stephen Flinn Donald Gourlie Erika Hamilton Casey Hill Halah Ilias J. Kenneth Katzaroff Annie Kent Megan Kent Brian Kernan Laura Kerr Mark Kimbrell Jess Kincaid Andrew T. King Joanna Lau Madeline Lefton William McLaren Heather Murray Courtney R. Peck Erik Podhora Benjamin Saver Jordan Schoonover Hannah Sharp Alexander Tinker Braden Wolf Sarah Wright FACULTY ADVISORS Michael C. Blumm William F. Funk Craig N. Johnston Melissa Powers Daniel J. Rohlf Janice L. Weis Chris A. Wold Law Review Program Assistant Matty Davis

John Muir, born April 21, 1838:
04/21/2015

John Muir, born April 21, 1838:

April 21, 1838: John Muir is born

Check out a PBS Newshour segment discussing the atmospheric trust litigation in Oregon, including an interview with Prof...
04/19/2015
These teens are suing Oregon to force action on climate change

Check out a PBS Newshour segment discussing the atmospheric trust litigation in Oregon, including an interview with Professor Mary Wood, recent symposium panelist and contributing author to 45:2!

Frustrated by the slow pace of progress on climate change policy, an Oregon-based environmental group is using a novel legal strategy called "atmospheric trust litigation" to try to force governments to take action. And the movement is being led those who have a high stake in the welfare of future g…

The Environmental Law Review staff is pleased to announce the electronic publication of Environmental Law, Volume 45, No...
04/06/2015
Environmental Law Review Quarterly Newsletter

The Environmental Law Review staff is pleased to announce the electronic publication of Environmental Law, Volume 45, No. 1.

Today humanity stands before ecological crossroads. The staggering breadth, depth, and rate at which our species alters land, air, and water is destabilizing the natural world. This simple truth jeopardizes not just species of plants and animals, but people living around the globe; for the fate of h…

Join us Friday, April 10 for our 2015 Symposium on the Public Trust Doctrine.
04/02/2015
Developments in the Public Trust Symposium - Environmental and Natural Resources Law - Law...

Join us Friday, April 10 for our 2015 Symposium on the Public Trust Doctrine.

The annual Environmental Law symposium at Lewis & Clark in 2015 will focus on Developments in the Public Trust. Participating academics will include Richard Lazarus, Mary Wood, Hap Dunning, Gerald Torres, John Dernbach, Robin Craig, Alexandra Klass, Richard Frank, Dan Farber, Jim Huffman, Michael Bl…

Check out an op-ed by Ricky Revesz, the 2014 NRLI Distinguished Environmental Law Visitor, discussing Laurence Tribe's r...
03/28/2015
An Obama Friend Turns Foe on Coal

Check out an op-ed by Ricky Revesz, the 2014 NRLI Distinguished Environmental Law Visitor, discussing Laurence Tribe's recent criticism of President Obama's Clean Power Plan:

A legal scholar is wrong when he says a climate rule is unconstitutional.

03/12/2015

"[Marshes and swamps are] quiet and peaceful—the most ancient of cathedrals—antedating the oldest of manmade structures. More than that, [they serve] as nature’s sponge, holding heavy moisture to prevent flooding during heavy rainfalls and slowly releasing the moisture and maintaining the water tables during dry cycles. In short, marshes and swamps are something to protect and preserve." -- Cnty. of Freeborn v. Bryson, 243 N.W.2d 321-22 (Minn. 1976).

The Environmental Law Review staff is pleased to announce the electronic publication of Environmental Law, Volume 44, No...
02/23/2015
Spring 2015 Environmental Law Review Quarterly Newsletter

The Environmental Law Review staff is pleased to announce the electronic publication of Environmental Law, Volume 44, No. 4.

Climate change is the first global triage crisis. It is caused by the overuse of a severely limited natural resource—the atmosphere’s capacity to absorb greenhouse gases—and millions of lives depend on how international law allocates this resource among nations.

Join us for a remarkable opportunity to hear tales from one of our law school's most distinguished graduates! Not only w...
02/06/2015
Tales from Capitol Hill: The White House, Congress, and the Legislative Process - Environmental...

Join us for a remarkable opportunity to hear tales from one of our law school's most distinguished graduates! Not only was his career in public service extraordinary, Mr. Schiliro served as Editor in Chief of Environmental Law to boot!

Details: Monday, March 2, 12:10-1:10 p.m., in the Legal Research Center.

After graduating from Lewis & Clark Law School in 1981, where he served as Editor in Chief of the Environmental Law Review, Mr. Schiliro went on to spend three decades grappling with policy and politics on Capitol Hill.

The Environmental Law Review staff is pleased to announce the electronic publication of Environmental Law, Volume 44, No...
09/24/2014
Fall 2014 Environmental Law Review Quarterly Newsletter

The Environmental Law Review staff is pleased to announce the electronic publication of Environmental Law, Volume 44, No. 3.

This Article analyzes the characterization of pollution taxes and so-called cap-and-trade programs addressing greenhouse gas emissions as policies that “put a price on carbon,” a characterization that has come to dominate both policy discussion and much modern scholarship on environmental instrument…

2013 Graduates
05/29/2013

2013 Graduates

Random pictures showcasing the awesome group of people we have on the journal this year!
04/15/2013

Random pictures showcasing the awesome group of people we have on the journal this year!

Random pictures showcasing the awesome group of people we have on the journal this year!

2013 Elections
02/08/2013

2013 Elections

02/05/2013

It was a close race, but the results are in for the 2013-14 election:

Editor in Chief
- Madeline Lefton

Managing Editor
- Heather Murray
- Erik Podhora

Online Managing Editor
- Mark Banner

Form and Style Editor
- Courtney Peck
- Braden Wolf

Articles Editor
- Laura Kerr
- Will McLaren

Notes and Comments Editor
- Mark Kimbrell
- Joanna Lau

Symposium Editor
- Donald Gourlie

Ninth Circuit Review Editor
- Andrew King

Congratulations to the new board!

Annual Board Photos
02/04/2013

Annual Board Photos

02/04/2013

Elections for Environmental Law's 2013-2014 Editorial Board are TOMORROW! One thing is certain: the Journal will be in good hands next year

Orientation 2012
09/27/2012

Orientation 2012

In and around the Law School
09/16/2012

In and around the Law School

Members and past members - feel free to tag yourselves and/or those who you  think wouldn't mind being tagged as well.
09/16/2012

Members and past members - feel free to tag yourselves and/or those who you think wouldn't mind being tagged as well.

Members and past members - feel free to tag yourselves and/or those who you think wouldn't mind being tagged as well.

Random pictures showcasing the awesome group of people we have on the journal this year!
09/15/2012

Random pictures showcasing the awesome group of people we have on the journal this year!

Random pictures showcasing the awesome group of people we have on the journal this year!

09/08/2012

Hey current members! Come out to a happy hour at Lucky Lab bar at 915 SE Hawthorne, Thursday, Sept. 13, 7pm - 9pm. We'll be buying beer/drinks for members until our budget runs out! Significant Others welcome too!

Environmental Law's cover photo
05/06/2012

Environmental Law's cover photo

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