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Kirsten Engel

Kirsten H. Engel, Professor of Law

Professor Engel co-directs the Program on Economics, Law and the Environment. She is a leading expert in environmental law and policy with experience that spans academia and public sector practice. In recent years Professor Engel has devoted her work to issues surrounding global climate change. She has held visiting professorships at Harvard Law School and Vanderbilt School of Law. Professor Engel served as senior counsel for the Public Protection Bureau and acting chief of the Environmental Protection Division of the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General. Before entering legal academia and after clerking for the Hon. Myron H. Bright on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, she worked as a staff attorney for the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund and at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Professor Engel teaches Environmental Law, Administrative Law, Global Climate Change and the Law, and the Regulatory State.
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Robert Glennon

Robert Glennon, Morris K. Udall Professor of Law & Public Policy

Robert Glennon is the Morris K. Udall Professor of Law and Public Policy in the Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona.  A recipient of two National Science Foundation grants, he serves as Water Policy Advisor to Pima County, Arizona; as a member of American Rivers Science and Technical Advisory Committee; and as a commentator and analyst for various television and radio programs.  He is also a Huffington Post blogger.  His new book, “Unquenchable: America’s Water Crisis and What To Do About It,” was published in April 2009.  Professor Glennon’s best-known publication is “Water Follies:  Groundwater Pumping and the Fate of America’s Fresh Waters “(Island Press, 2002), which received accolades from Scientific American, The Washington Post, and The New York Review of Books.  Professor  Glennon received a J.D. from Boston College Law School and an M.A. and Ph.D. in American History from Brandeis University.  He is also a member of the bars of Arizona and Massachusetts.

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Marc Miller

Marc L. Miller, Ralph W. Bilby Professor of Law

Marc L. Miller is the Ralph W. Bilby Professor of Law. He taught at Emory Law School from 1988-2005, where he served as Associate Dean for Faculty and Scholarship (2003-2005). A graduate of the University of Chicago Law School and Pomona College, Professor Miller writes and teaches about public lands and natural resources, and serves as the series co-editor for The Edge -- books focused on the intersection of environmental science, law and policy. He is the author of more than 50 articles and essays on a wide range of environmental, criminal justice, and legal theory topics. He is editor of several criminal procedure casebooks, and the founding editor of the leading journal on sentencing law and policy. Before teaching, he served as law clerk to Chief Judge John Godbold of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, as Attorney-Advisor in the Office of Legal Counsel of the U.S. Department of Justice, and as Special Counsel at the Vera Institute of Justice in New York. Professor Miller is a member of the American Law Institute (ALI), and an advisor to various criminal justice and environmental publications and organizations.

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Carol Rose

Carol Rose, Lohse Chair in Water and Natural Resources

Professor Carol Rose's research specialty is the interaction of environmental issues with property law and theory. Her writings include two books and many articles on topics related to environmental law, land regulation, water law, public property, law and development, and historic preservation. Professor Rose's major teaching fields are property and environmental law. She has also taught natural resources law, energy policy, land use regulation, public land management, and water law, along with contracts and intellectual property. Before entering the legal academy, she taught history at the Ohio State University, acted as associate director of a civil rights project in Atlanta, and clerked for the Hon. Thomas Gee of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Prior to her appointment at the University of Arizona, she taught at Yale Law School, and she has also had permanent appointments at Stanford University, the University of California at Berkeley, and Northwestern University. At Arizona Law, Professor Rose regularly teaches Property and co-teaches the seminars on Sustainability (with Professor Miller), and Environment, Law and Economics (with Professor Engel and others).

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