Current: Vol. 36, Issue 2
Dieselgate: How the Investigation, Prosecution, and Settlement of Volkswagen's Emissions Cheating Scandal Illustrates the Need for Robust Environmental Enforcement
By John C. Cruden, Bethany Engel, Nigel Cooney & Josh Van Eaton
For a Lump of Coal & A Drop of Oil: An Environmentalist's Critique of the Trump Administration's First Year Energy Policies
By Carol J. Miller
Forthcoming: Vol. 36, Issue 3
Unraveling the Administrative State: Mechanism Choice, Key Actors, and Regulatory Tools
By Robert L. Glicksman & David L. Markell
Asteroid Mining: Ecological Jurisprudence Beyond Earth
By Elizabeth Loder
The Influence of Property in the Law of Energy Development: How the United States as a Landowner Can Limit Environmental Degradation on Federal Lands
By Siarra Rogers (Student Note)
Virginia Environmental Law Journal is now accepting articles for its forthcoming spring 2019 empirical environmental law issue.
New Post from the Environmental Law Review Syndicate:
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal is pleased to share Carbon Tax and Low-Income Grant Proposal to Encourage Low-Income Investment in Solar Technologies by Elizabeth Doherty, 3L, Vermont Law School and Symposium 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.