Professor Jonathan Adler’s book, Climate Liberalism, examines aspects of climate law and policyMay 10, 2023
Coleman P. Burke Center for Environmental Law Director Jonathan H. Adler’s latest book, Climate Liberalism: Perspectives on Liberty, Property and Pollution (Palgrave), explores the intersection of climate change policy and classical liberal political theory.
Judge McKeown Presents the Environmental Legacy of Justice William DouglasMay 10, 2023
On April 10, the Honorable M. Margaret McKeown, a senior judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, spoke about the environmental legacy of Justice William O. Douglas, both as a Supreme Court justice and citizen advocate for environmental conservation.
Students explore Cleveland communities to understand land-use challengesMay 09, 2023
Every community faces its own challenges—and often, the struggles are shared across boundaries. In mid-April, Case Western Reserve University School of Law students explored three Cleveland-area communities to see in person how leaders grapple with pressing land-use challenges.
Burke Center Hosts Monte Mills for “Repairing Our Legacy: Native Nations, Co-Management and the Future of Federal Public Lands”May 04, 2023
Monte Mills, the Charles I. Stone Professor of Law and director of the Native American Law Center at University of Washington School of Law, joined the Coleman P.
Environmental Law Clinic Co-Hosts Law Clinic in East PalestineMay 03, 2023
Nearly three months after news broke that a train had derailed in East Palestine, Ohio, students in the Environmental Law Clinic at Case Western Reserve University School of Law held a free legal clinic in East Palestine.
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