Noah D. Hall, '98, is an associate professor at Wayne State University Law School. He previously served as the founding executive director of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center
, and remains active in precedent-setting environmental litigation and policy development.
His scholarship focuses on transboundary water management and pollution, climate change adaptation, water law reform, U.S.-Canadian environmental law, and citizen enforcement. His recent articles include "Political Externalities, Federalism, and a Proposal for an Interstate Environmental Impact Assessment Policy" (Harvard Environmental Law Review
), "Transboundary Pollution: Harmonizing International and Domestic Law" (University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
), and "Toward a New Horizontal Federalism: Interstate Water Management in the Great Lakes Region" (Colorado Law Review
). He is coauthor of one of the leading environmental law casebooks, Environmental Law and Policy: Nature, Law, and Society
) and a forthcoming casebook, Modern Water Law: Private Property, Public Rights, and Environmental Protection
. He is also the author of the popular Great Lakes Law blog
Prof. Hall graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and School of Natural Resources and Environment.
To view and download Prof. Hall's research and publications, visit his SSRN author page