The ELPP faculty is remarkable not only for the depth but also the breadth of its collective expertise and experience working with environmental issues from every angle and at every level, from local to international.
—Prof. Kristina Daugirdas
Our diverse environmental law faculty includes professors who have served in senior positions at the White House, the Environmental and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, the Michigan Attorney General's Office, the National Wildlife Federation, the National Environmental Law Center, and in private practice. They are nationally and internationally recognized experts on environmental regulation, global climate change, water law, environmental criminal enforcement, international law, Indian law, alternative dispute resolution, conservation, and land use law.
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