Attempting to Define the Human Right to Water with an Annotated Bibliography & Recommendations for Practitioners
Jootaek Lee and Maraya Best, Spring 2018
From Smokes to Smokestacks: Lessons from Tobacco for the Future of Climate Change Liability
Martin Olszynski, Sharon Mascher, and Meinhard Doelle, Spring 2018
The Georgetown Environmental Law Review ("GELR") is a leading quarterly publication of thought-provoking legal scholarship on and practical analysis of both international and domestic environmental law.
Environmental issues do not recognize political boundaries, nor do they respect territorial integrity. Attempts to confront and resolve global and transboundary environmental problems have created the need for a legal forum to provide analyses of these issues. Georgetown students created GELR to meet this need.
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