Case Western Reserve University School of Law Professor Jonathan Adler was the sixth most cited professor in the field of Environmental Law from 2016-2020, according to a study released this month.
A second analysis, looking at the same time period, also identified Professor Adler as one of the 10 most cited law professors in the field of "Public Law," which includes administrative law, environmental law, legislation and related fields.
Adler is the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and the Director of the Law School’s Coleman P. Burke Center for Environmental Law. With its $10 million endowment, the Burke Center hosts conferences and lectures, undertakes projects and supports student internships. It recently launched an Environmental Law Clinic.
preLaw magazine ranks CWRU’s environmental law program, under Adler’s leadership, as one of the top programs in the country with an “A” ranking.
Adler is the most cited professor on one of the most prolific law faculties in the country—CWRU School of Law ranked 36th best according to the recent Sisk/Leiter Study on scholarly impact.