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Food Law Media Highlights

It’s Time for the FDA to Define ‘Natural’ Paul Greenberg & Jason Czarnezki, Time Magazine (May 4, 2016)

The Labeling Shortcut: The FDA Should Spend Less Time Worrying About Labels and More Time Better Regulating the Entire Industry Margot Pollans, Slate Magazine (May 5, 2016)

Is Your Food ‘Natural’? F.D.A. to Weigh In, (featuring Jason Czarnezki and Margot Pollans) Anahad O’Connor, New York Times (May 17, 2016)

Environmental Law Curriculum Administrative Law

Environmental Litigation Clinic

Advanced Land Use and Sustainable Development Law: Practice

Environmental Skills and Practice: Clean Water Act

Advanced Land Use and Sustainable Development Law: Theory

Environmental Survey

Advanced Research Skills for Environmental Law Agriculture Law and the Environment Animal Law Clean Air Act Seminar Climate Adaptation and the Law Climate Change and Corporate Practice Climate Change and Insurance Law Climate Change Law

Future Environmental Law Professors Workshop

Comparative Environmental Law Comparative Environmental Law – Brazil field course

Externship - Environmental Law Food Systems Law Guided Research Hazardous Waste Historic Preservation Seminar Human Rights and Environment International Environmental Law Land Use Law Legal Management of Urban Environments Legislative and Regulatory Process Mass Torts

Conservation Law

Natural Resources Law

Current Challenges in Environmental Law Seminar

NEPA-SEQRA Seminar

Disaster Law and Emergency Preparedness Eco-Markets and Trading Held every fall, the Future Environmental Law Professors Workshop brings visiting assistant professors, fellows, researchers, law clerks, practitioners and others together to learn about the environmental law teaching market. The Workshop covers a wide array of subtopics within the field (from animal law to energy law), as well as the history and development of the field of environmental law. It is designed to give advice, inside perspectives, and feedback on the environmental law hiring process, as well as provide opportunities for mock interviews and job talk presentations. Participants have gone on to secure tenure track teaching positions around the country.

Externship - DC Environmental Law

Energy Law Environmental and Toxic Torts Environmental Commercial Transactions Environmental Dispute Resolution Seminar Environmental Justice Environmental Law Compliance and Enforcement

Nonprofit Organizations Ocean and Coastal Law Seminar Pace Environmental Law Review Editorship Public Health Law Science for Environmental Lawyers State and Regional Climate Initiatives Sustainable Development Law Survey United Nations Environmental Diplomacy Practicum Water Rights Law

Heading into its third year, the Workshop has been fortunate to host two excellent keynote speakers in the recent past. Our inaugural keynote speaker, Professor Richard Lazarus (Harvard), discussed “Environmental Law Scholarship: Challenges and Opportunities,” giving the audience a glimpse into the thought and writing process of a leading environmental law scholar. Our second keynote speaker, Professor Douglas Kysar (Yale), discussed “Making a Contribution in Environmental Law,” highlighting examples of not only great scholars in the field but also those who truly make a difference for the environment and society. We look forward to another insightful Workshop this coming year.

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Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Environmental Law Program 2015-16