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Applegate article selected as one of the best environmental law articles in 2009

John Applegate

An article by Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professor John Applegate has been selected as one of the top five environmental law articles of 2009. "Synthesizing TSCA and REACH: Practical Principles for Chemical Regulation Reform" will appear in Volume 41 of Thomson-West's Land Use and Environmental Law Review. Articles that appear in this annual publication are selected through a peer review process that considers all major land use and environmental law articles that appeared in the previous year. Full Story >>

Noted geophysicist and member of Nobel Prize-winning panel to speak on the science of global warming

The Hoosier Environmental Council announced today that Brian J. Soden, a noted geophysicist and climate change expert, will present "The Reality of Global Warming: Cold Facts on a Hot Topic," on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. As part of his presentation, Soden will discuss the science of global warming and the struggle to educate the general public on an often confusing and polarizing topic. Full Story >>

Waldron leading new Environmental Law Program

Building on the foundation of a successful academic program and Conservation Law Center, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law has appointed Carolyn Waldron as director of its Environmental Law Program. Waldron, a 20-year veteran of environmental advocacy, will lead a new program to strengthen partnerships and bridge the academic resources of IU to better serve today's emerging environmental challenges. Full Story >>

Indiana law professor comments on Supreme Court decision in environmental case

Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professor Robert Fischman comments on the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 decision that a coalition of environmental groups lack standing to challenge Forest Service comment regulations in Summers v. Earth Island Institute. Full Story >>