From housing and urban policy, to natural resources law, to economic analysis of environmental regulation, and leading environmental policy, NYU has an exceptional core of academic faculty whose work is dedicated to environmental and land use issues. Students may interact with clinical professors in one of the three clinics in the area, learn from leading experts on our adjunct faculty, or take classes with professors who hold permanent positions in other schools at NYU, such as the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service or the Graduate School of Arts and Science.
Sarah Herring Sorin Professor of Law
Katrina Wyman's research interests relate primarily to property and natural resources law and policy. She has undertaken case studies of the evolution of emissions trading, and property rights in fisheries and taxi licenses. She also has worked on the Endangered Species Act and the policy and legal responses to the possibility that climate change might prompt large scale human migration. Biography continued...