Monday, June 20, 2011
We are happy to announce that Professor Hari Osofsky has joined us as a co-editor of the Environmental Law Professors Blog! For those of you who know Hari, you'll understand why we are so pleased to have her company. If you don't know her yet, here's a brief introduction:
In 2010, she joined the faculty of the University of Minnesota Law School. At that time, she also was made an adjunct professor of geography and the associate director of law, geography, and environment with the Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences. Previous to this, she has held previous academic appointments at Washington and Lee University, the University of Oregon, and Whittier Law School. Her scholarship brings an interdisciplinary law and geography perspective to environmental law and particularly lately to questions relating to climate change governance. She teaches courses regularly in environmental, energy, and property law.
We expect Hari will post her first post with us sometime later today, so stay tuned.