by Joel Richert* For the first time, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has prosecuted the destruction of cultural heritage.  In 2012, the Ansar Eddine, an Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb associated militant group based in Northern Mali, captured the city of Timbuktu and imposed strict Islamic law on a previously moderate society.  Ahmad […]Read More
The Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law (MJEAL) is The University of Michigan Law School's newest legal journal. MJEAL is made possible by a generous grant from the Graham Sustainability Institute at the University of Michigan.
The journal publishes articles, student notes, comments, essays, and online blog posts on all aspects of environmental and administrative law.
- Trump and the Future of Climate Change
- Repurposing Ecolabels: Consumer Pressure as a Tool to Abate Human Rights Violations in International Fisheries
- The Future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Or: Could We Come up with a Worse Initialism than CFPB?
- Conserving the Value of Conservation Easement Valuations
- Water Rights and Rural Development in Washington: the Effect of the Recent Hirst Decision on Counties