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Environmental Law Reporter - News & Analysis

  • Newsletter
  • August 2022
  • Region: Global
  • Environmental Law Institute
  • ID: 4667767

ELR - The Environmental Law Reporter is the flagship publication that started it all. Formerly known as News & Analysis, our in-depth, highly respected monthly journal covers pressing environmental topics in the legal practice and policy domain. Professionally edited by senior attorneys, articles offer insightful analysis across a broad spectrum of issues that are academically challenging and practice-relevant. In addition to thought-inspiring articles on cutting-edge topics, subscribers receive online access* to nearly 50 years of archived research and commentaries from leading environmental professionals in the field.

Each issue also contains carefully selected summaries of key judicial, legislative, administrative and state-level activities.

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Sample Tables of Contents - Environmental Law Reporter - News & Analysis

1. Beyond Words


  • David Freudenthal, Steven P. Quarks, and Rebecca Barho, A Pendulum Seldom Stops in the Middle: Shifting Views on "Take" of Raptors and Other Migratory Birds
  • Andrew Taylor, Union of Concerned Scientists v. Pruitt: Can EPA Purge Its Academic Science Advisors? Brian J. Preston, The Judicial Contribution to Water Justice: The Australian Experience

3. Articles
Amy L. Stein and Joshua Fershee, Decarbonizing Light-Duty Vehicles
Asha Wiegand-Shahani, Illegal Water Use, Marijuana, and California's Environment

4. Recent Developments
In the Congress In the Courts In the Federal Agencies In the State Agencies

5. Recent Journal Literature

6. Topical Index