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Journal of Environmental Law

Editor-in-Chief: Liz Fisher

The Journal of Environmental Law has established an international reputation as a lively and authoritative source of informed analysis for all those active in examining evolving legal responses to environmental problems in national and international jurisdictions. Appearing three times annually, the Journal is a rigorously peer-reviewed forum dedicated to publishing significant articles across a wide environmental law spectrum, seeking out innovative and authoritative appraisals of policy and practice, alongside current and emerging legal concepts. We aim to publish cutting edge articles that reflect the rich range of different disciplinary perspectives in relation to the study of environmental law. The Journals concurrent commitment to a deepening dialogue around and within the field of environmental law is further advanced through its supporting analysis, book reviews and current survey sections.

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