Ricky Revesz (Dean)
Teaches Environmental Law, has taught Administrative Law in the past. He has been involved in many of our nation's key environmental cases, either as a Supreme Court clerk, a pro bono counsel, or in an advisory capacity. His research focuses on cost-benefit analysis and administrative regulation, federalism and environmental regulation.
Teaches Int'l Environmental Law Clinic, 1L Administrative Law Course, Globalization Seminar. His research focuses on economic incentives for environmental protection, environmental law and policy and trade and investment administrative law and regulation, international and comparative environmental law.
Teaches Property (1L) and Land Use Law, sometimes Local Government Law. Her research focuses on land use and Environmental Justice (disproportionate siting of environmentally undesireable land uses and pollution in poor and minority neighborhoods).
New faculty member this year, will be teaching Property (1L) and Environmental Law. Her research focuses on property and market mechanisms for regulating pollution and natural resources, governance structures for environmental regulation and comparative environmental law.