William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review
Full Text: Vols. 1-43 (1975-2019) Title Varies: Vols. 1-6 (1975-1981) as Environmental Practice News; Vols. 11-14 (1986-1990) as William and Mary Journal of Environmental Law and Environmental Practice News; Vols. 15-18 (1990-1994) as William and Mary Journal of Environmental Law (Volumes 7-10 never published)
Publisher: William & Mary Law School
Publication Website: http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/wmelpr/
Additional Information for William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review
The William and Mary School of Law has a long and vigorous tradition of research and education in all areas of the law, befitting its historic roots as the nation's oldest law school. The William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review is a part of that tradition. The Review, a student-run legal journal, is devoted to the discussion of relevant timely issues in environmental law and policy. It provides professionals, practitioners, and William and Mary law and policy students with a forum for the exploration of environmental law and policy issues through research, critical analysis, editing, and writing. The Review has successfully established itself as a journal specializing in the publication of professional and student articles on a wide range of environmental law topics. In addition, the Review is unique insofar as it publishes a summary of Fourth Circuit decisions that have a significant impact on environmental law. In a recent law review article, the Review was ranked among the top natural resource, environmental, and land use planning law journals in the nation.
The Review began in 1975 as a newsletter entitled Environmental Practice News and was published by the William and Mary Environmental Law Society. By 1990 the publication evolved into the William and Mary Journal of Environmental Law, a law journal with a national and international perspective in its coverage of environmental law issues. Most recently, the name was changed to the William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review to reflect an expanded vision of the publication's mission. The focus of the publication is to provide a forum for professors, scholars, practitioners, and students to publish articles on current topics of environmental law and to examine in a more focused manner the policy implications behind the law. This focus distinguishes the Review from others environmental law publications and allows the Review to offer a broader scope of articles.« Back