Current: Vol. 35, Issue 3
Presidents, Parliaments, and Legal Change: Quantifying the Effect of Political Systems in Comparative Environmental Law
By Eric Biber & Sari Graben
Furtive Subsidies: Reframing Fossil Fuel's Regulatory Exceptionalism
By Patrice Simms
Owning Groundwater: The Example of Mississippi v. Tennessee
By Christine Klein
Towards Ethical Stewardship: Balancing Natural and Historic Cultural Resources in National Parks
Note, by Sevren R. Gourley
Forthcoming: Vol. 36, Issue 1
Responsive Regulation and Resiliency: The Renewable Fuel Standard and Advanced Biofuels
By Nadia B. Ahmad
Structured Settlement Sales and Lead-Poisoned Sellers: Just Say No
By Karen Syma Czapanskiy
Pre-Enforcement Review: An Evaluation From the Perspective of Ripeness
Note, by Daniel Boger
Please Join Us for our Fall Symposium: Whose Mess Is It? Federalism and Environmental Regulation In a New Political Climate
9:30 am to 2:00 pm, Thursday, October 19, 2017 at the University of Virginia School of Law.
See the video below for a view from our Fall 2016 Symposium panel on Volkswagen and the Future of Industry Compliance.
New Post from the Environmental Law Review Syndicate:
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal is pleased to share MS4 Regulation and Water Quality Standards, by Matt Carlisle, Vermont Law School.
Now Accepting Submissions for Volume 36:
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal is currently soliciting contributions for the first issue of Volume 36 to be published Winter 2017-2018. We are open to diverse topics and encourage academics, practitioners, policy makers, and law students alike to submit. Please see our Submissions page for more information.