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Duke Law | Environmental Law Newsletter

Climate
 Contributions

Duke scholars contribute new insights on the evolving regulatory, scientific, and political challenges presented by climate change.

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Behind the Barbecue

Students in Michelle Nowlin's class on food and agriculture law are digging into the laws and regulations that govern classic North Carolina cuisine from farm to table.

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turtle under waterSea
Turtle
Success

A 2010 settlement brokered by the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Clinic has led to a significant reduction in the number of sea turtles killed, maimed, or captured by gill nets in North Carolina's coastal waters.

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Roger Ferland '74

Roger Ferland '74

Helping clients reach sweet spot between environmental conservation and economic viability

Mae Wu '01

Mae Wu '01

Working to keep food safe, water clean with public health policy focus

Professor Jedediah Purdy

Scholarship Spotlight

Jedediah Purdy's article on the evolving relationship between environmental law and ethics is featured in the 2014 Environmental Law and Policy Review.

Also read Purdy's "Killing It" in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

Getting Started

Recent alumni discuss crafting successful careers in environmental law and policy.

The Docket

The Duke Environmental Law and Policy Clinic's busy case docket includes a challenging mix of regulatory, policy advocacy, and litigation matters.

Postcards from the Practice

Duke Law students share their experiences as summer Stanback fellows.

Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum

Watch 2014 Environmental Justice Symposium

Save the Date!
Food Law Symposium
Jan. 23, 2015

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