Georgetown Environmental Law Review
|Edited by||Rachel Fullmer|
Georgetown University Law Center (United States)
|Geo. Envtl. L. Rev.|
|Georget. Environ. Law Rev.|
The Georgetown Environmental Law Review is a quarterly student-edited law review published at Georgetown University Law Center covering the legal implications of environmental issues including: climate change, renewable energy, and the intersection of the environment and international legal areas such as trade, human rights, security, and technology transfer. It was established in 1988 as the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review and obtained its current title in 2015. The first issue of each year's volume is dedicated to international issues. According to the Washington & Lee University law review rankings, the journal has an impact factor of 0.43.
- "Law Journals: Submission and Ranking, 2007-2014," Washington & Lee University. Accessed: June 28, 2015.
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