Stanford Environmental Law Journal (SELJ) 1

The Stanford Environmental Law Journal (ELJ) was founded in 1978, and is now considered one of the best environmental law journals in the nation. ELJ is a scholarly periodical dedicated to analyses of current environmental legal issues and policies.

Compiled and edited entirely by Stanford Law School students, ELJ publishes articles, and sometimes essays, on timely and important issues in natural resources law, environmental policy, law and economics, international environmental law, and other topics relating to law and the environment. For example, ELJ has covered such topics as hazardous waste, energy development, natural resources conservation and regulation, climate change, and environmental justice. In particular, ELJ seeks to educate regarding the complexities of the natural world as reflected in the law, and to impart an understanding of the environment within the framework of the legal system.

ELJ solicits submissions from academics, practitioners, and others; it also accepts student articles and notes. ELJ publishes in January and June.

Current Issue: Volume 38, Issue 2

2019-2020 Leadership

Editor-in-Chief
Allan C. Van Vliet

President and Recruitment Editor
Cam Clevidence

Submissions Editor
Steven Jaffe

Managing Editors
John Hare-Grogg
Nick Wallace

Lead Article Editors
Ryan Gallagher
Nate Bernstein

Executive Editors
Amanda Zerbe
Daniel Irvin