Tulane Environmental Law Journal
Founded in 1986, The Tulane Environmental Law Journal is a student-run and student-edited law review devoted to environmental issues. It is published twice each year and has a national circulation. The Journal publishes articles by scholars and practitioners, as well as student work. Past volumes of the Journal have focused on topics such as hazardous waste and coastal zone management. The Journal has also sponsored symposium and colloquium issues on toxic torts, fisheries, biodiversity, and developments in international environmental law. Members of the Journal are chosen through a summer writing competition and have both editorial and writing responsibilities.
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