Fordham Environmental Law Review

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Fordham Environmental Law Review  
Former names
Fordham Environmental Law Report, Fordham Environmental Law Journal
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Fordham Env. L. Rev.
Discipline Environmental law
Language English
Edited by Sarah M. Bartleson
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1989-present
Frequency Triannual
Indexing
ISSN 1559-4785
LCCN 2004250079
OCLC no. 819172252
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The Fordham Environmental Law Review is a triannual law journal published by students at Fordham University School of Law, addressing topics in environmental law, legislation, and public policy. It was established in 1989 as the Fordham Environmental Law Report and changed in 1993 to the Fordham Environmental Law Journal. In 2004, the journal obtained its current name and has established itself as one of the most prestigious journals at Fordham University School of Law. The journal sponsors an annual symposium. Notably, the law journal is the only law journal at Fordham University School of Law that allows first year law students to apply during their fall semester to become staff members of the law journal. This allows first year law students to gain a competitive advantage when seeking out internships, while learning the unique skills required of staff members of a law journal. The current Editor-in-Chief is Sarah Bartleson, the Managing Editor is Alexandra White, and the Executive Editor is Eli Silverstein.

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