No legal area has spawned more specialized law journals than environmental and natural resources law. Unlike other academic disciplines, where scholars submit their work to peers for review and publication, legal scholars publish the majority of their work in law reviews and journals that are managed and edited by law students. Yet these journals are highly influential. Judges and policymakers frequently cite law review articles in support of their decisions. Using basic concepts from the fields of economics, science, and risk analysis, we will explain how the application of these analytic tools can foster social wellbeing and enhance environmental quality.
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Added by insideronline on December 15, 2008