The Tulane Environmental Law Journal is a student-run and edited publication. Each year, TELJ selects junior members through a rigorous, law school-wide writing competition. The winners of the competition are offered membership based on the level of writing and analysis exhibited in their case notes. Membership on TELJ is a rewarding, if demanding, experience that allows students to develop their legal writing and analysis skills, while at the same time exposing them to cutting-edge issues in environmental law.
Publication Opportunities for Students
TELJ not only features noteworthy essays and articles by practitioners, professors, and other experts, but it is also proud to showcase the writings of its members. Each issue, up to four students who author superior case notes or comments are selected to have their works published.
Congratulations to Selected Student Authors!
Volume 29, Issue 1:
- Christopher Swanson,
- Kristen Hilferty,
- Joshua Secor-Sanchez,