The Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law (MJEAL) is a student run journal that publishes pieces by practitioners, professors, and students on all aspects of environmental law and policy, as well as topics of administrative law that are applicable to environmental law. While the journal’s focus is environmental and administrative law, it will naturally cover a plethora of other topics because of the breadth of those two disciplines.
There are eight articles available in Volume 1 including:
- The Quest for a Sustainable Future and the Dawn of a New Journal at Michigan Law, By David M. Uhlmann
- Deregulatory Riders Redux, By Thomas O. McGarity
- Is a Substantive,