Tulane Environmental Law Journal

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Tulane Environmental Law Journal  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Tul. Envtl. L. J.
Discipline Environmental law
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
1988 to present
Frequency Semiannual

The Tulane Environmental Law Journal (TELJ) is a legal periodical produced and edited by students at the Tulane University Law School. The journal has been recognized as among the top-fifteen environmental law journals.[2] Articles are written by professors, practitioners, and Tulane Law students. It was founded in 1988. Oliver Houck serves as the Journal's faculty adviser.[3]

Distinguished alumni[edit]

  • Mona M. Stone, JD 1997, Chicago partner of Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell; former Business Editor of the Journal[4]
  • Trilby Robinson–Dorn, JD 1997, Seattle partner of K&L Gates; former Editor in Chief of the Journal[5]

See also[edit]