Environmental LawFull-time Faculty
Environmental Law introduces students to the regulatory and rule-making process, the parameters of judicial review of agency decision-making, the basic structure of the major federal regulatory statutes (The Clean Air Act, The Clean Water Act, Superfund, The Resource Conservation Recovery Act, The Safe Drinking Water Act, Toxic Substances Control Act), their history, their shortcomings and some of the major legal controversies they have produced. In addition to the introductory course, specialized seminars explore particular statutes and regulatory programs in depth, exploring international and domestic environmental issues, including how environmental justice in shaping new sustainability discourses in ethics, law and policy for the twenty-first century.
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