Current Issue

 

The Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law is now providing online access to the contents of Volume 2, No. 2.

Essay:

“Environmental Law at the Crossroads:
Looking Back 25, Looking Forward 25”
By Richard J. Lazarus

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Articles:

“Midnight Rules: A Reform Agenda”
By Jack M. Beermann

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“Why International Catch Shares Won’t Save Ocean Biodiversity”
By Holly Doremus

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“Making Method Visible: Improving the Quality of Science-Based Regulation”
By Pasky Pascual, Wendy Wagner & Elizabeth Fisher

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“Avoiding Jeopardy, Without the Questions:
Recovery Implementation Programs for Endangered Species in Western River Basins”
By Reed D. Benson

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Note:

“Fish and Federalism:
How the Asian Carp Litigation Highlights a Deficiency in the Federal Common Law Displacement Analysis”
By Molly M. Watters

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