Current Issue (Vol. 33, Issue 1)
Towards a Critical Poiesis: Climate Justice and Displacement
By Pearl Kan
It’s a Nuisance: The Future of Fracking Litigation in the Wake of Parr v. Aruba Petroleum, Inc.
By Hilary M. Goldberg, Melanie Stallings Williams, Deborah Cours
Zoonotic Diseases: Using Environmental Law to Reduce the Odds of a Future Epidemic
By Rebecca Lipman
"A Tinge of Melancholy Lay Upon the Countryside": Agricultural Historic Resources within Contemporary Agricultural and Historic Preservation Law
By Jess R. Phelps
The Integration of Environmental Law into International Investment Treaties and Trade Agreements: Negotiation Process and the Legalization of Commitments
By Madison Condon
Forthcoming Issue (Vol. 33, Issue 2)
Aligning Imperiled Species Conservation and Pesticide Registrations
By Avi Garbow, Paul Souza
Can’t We Just All Get Along: Reconciling Pesticides Use and Species Protection
By Jacki Lopez
The Cost of Contentiousness: A Status Report on Offshore Wind in the Eastern United States
By Lawrence Susskind, Ryan Cook
Now Accepting Submissions for Volume 34 (2016)
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal is currently soliciting contributions for Volume 34 to be published in 2016. 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.
Fall 2015 Symposium
The Virginia Environmental Law Journal will hold our Annual Symposium on Friday, October 30, 2015, at the University of Virginia School of Law. This year’s topic will be "Water Rights in the Eastern United States: Current Issues in Law and Policy." We expect to have participants from government, the private sector, and legal academia join us in a series of panel discussions and a keynote address. If you would like to attend the event or be considered for inclusion in one of the panel discussion, please contact Virginia Selden (email@example.com).