By Jason Zhu* Tesla is the new black. Since 2015, Tesla has sold more than twenty thousand electric cars. Thousands of Tesla car are now running on the roads every day. And consumers regard Tesla as the brand of the future. However, America may not be Tesla’s future due to its restrictive domestic laws. Background […]Read More
By Hallie Lipsey* In the midst of disputes regarding costs, immigration, and international standing, President Trump may be neglecting one of the greater obstacles to the completion of the wall he has proposed to build along the Mexican border: the jaguar. The jaguar, along with 110 other animal and plant species, is protected under the […]Read More
By Allyson Beasley* On February 17, 2017 Congress confirmed former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, an outspoken critic of “federal overreach” as the new Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The subsequent release of his close ties to major agricultural and oil and gas industry stakeholders, put the influence of extractive industries on environmental […]Read More
I am happy to announce the launch of the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law’s blog, which will complement our published journal content. At a time when social networking and online media is the norm for information dissemination, the founders of MJEAL recognized that having an online presence is important to facilitate dialogue about […]Read More
It’s been a long year, but we’re finally there. The issue is with the printer and should be going out to the world shortly. To celebrate, we’re going to have a little shindig. More formally, we’d like to invite you to our Volume 1, Issue 1 Launch Party! The event will be held Wednesday April […]Read More
The Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law is proud to announce the contents of its first Volume, to be released in April, 2012.
All MJEAL articles will be available online, and archived by volume. “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, Non-Positivist United States Environmental Law Possible?” By Dan Tarlock “A Functional Approach to Risks and […]Read More