Vermont Law School's environmental law faculty are national and international leaders in the field.
Our scholars challenge conventional wisdom and push the envelope of knowledge. They are professionals who respect environmental values, have a passion for their work, and devote their talents to making the world a better place for all communities.
These talented individuals include litigators involved in major cases before the United States Supreme Court; scholars whose books, articles, and law journal articles are cited by legal peers; and researchers who collaborate with other noted authorities across the nation and around the world.
The faculty’s broad spectrum of environmental law and policy expertise includes:
- corporate and municipal environmental matters;
- endangered species;
- environmental justice;
- "green taxes";
- international environmental law;
- land use law;
- national security and the environment;
- urban planning issues;
- water and wetlands; and
- wildlife and wilderness law.
Please refer to the listings below for more information on individual environmental faculty members.