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
Publisher
Publication history
1988 to present
Frequency Semiannual
0.28[1]
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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]

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