Tag Archive 'Environmental Law'

Nov 25 2011

ABA and ELI Publish May’s “Principles of Constitutional Environmental Law”

Published by under Environmental Policy

The ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources and the Environmental Law Institute have recently co-published Jim May’s new book, Principles of Constitutional Environmental Law. This first of its kind book explains how the nexus between environmental and constitutional law has evolved from nearly nothing to nearly everything, and what this means for professors, policymakers, […]

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Mar 30 2010

Widener – Wilmington Launches New Environmental Law Certificate

Published by under Environmental Policy

The Widener University School of Law (Wilmington Campus) has a new environmental law certificate, available immediately. Here are the details: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CERTIFICATE Widener University School of Law Wilmington Delaware (Effective 2010) 1. Certificate Courses: Students may pursue one of two tracks to satisfy requirements for Certificate: Classroom Track: Student must take: A. 6 credit […]

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Feb 16 2010

Constitutional Law/Environmental Law Conference, Co-Sponsored by Berkeley, Georgetown, and the Environmental Law Institute, Georgetown Law Center, Friday, February 26, 2009

On February 26, 2010, Dan Farber, Doug Kysar, Rob Glicksman and I will be on a panel at Georgetown about emerging issues at the intersection of Constitutional and Environmental Law. We’ll puzzle over recent developments and the constitutional shape of environmental law to come. There is much to discuss. We have the limitations on judicial […]

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