As scholars and practitioners, the environmental and energy law faculty at Georgetown Law provide critical legal knowledge and real-world experience to prepare our students for success. Through extensive publications, scholarly research, litigation, policy making, and other activities, Georgetown Law professors are actively engaged in tackling today's most challenging national and global environmental and energy issues.

Our full-time faculty have broad experience and influence in environmental law and policy making. A snapshot of our faculty's influence at home and abroad includes authoring winning briefs in landmark Supreme Court cases, such as Massachusetts v. EPA, serving on international bodies including UNEP's International Advisory Council on Environmental Justice and the World Bank's Inspection Panel, serving in senior policy posts at the U.S. EPA, state and local government agencies, and advising the National Science Foundation and California Air Resources Board. In addition to several committed full-time faculty members, Georgetown Law's exceptional adjunct faculty are among the nation's leading practitioners of environmental and energy law and policy. From these experts, our students gain practical skills and first-hand insights into some of the most compelling and current issues, such as renewable energy and hydraulic fracturing.

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