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
New Post from the Environmental Law Review Syndicate:
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal is pleased to share
Reinstating CERCLA as the “Polluter Pays” Statute with the Circuit Court’s Mutually Exclusive Approach, by Brianna Tibbett, Administrative Editor, Vermont Journal of Environmental Law.
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.
Now Accepting Submissions for Volume 36:
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal is currently soliciting contributions for Volume 36 to be published Spring 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.