The Fordham Environmental Law Review is a dynamic and interdisciplinary publication that explores many domestic and international environmental issues ranging from the regulation of air, water, and soil pollution to land use to social policy issues. Since its inception in 1989, the Fordham Environmental Law Review has provided a forum for scholars and practitioners to reflect on relevant and important topics to the study and practice of environmental law. Fordham Environmental Law Review publishes three issues annually, one centered around the annual Symposium and a Fall and Spring issue. Issues include articles and essays written by professors and practitioners and notes and comments written by Fordham Law students.
Fordham Environmental Law Review is hosted on FLASH, the Fordham Law Archive of Scholarship and History.
William C.C. Kemp-Neal is the current Editor-in-Chief. He is a Bronx native and current 3L at Fordham Law School, possessing undergraduate degrees in History and Political Science from The State University of New York at Albany. He has a concentration in the fields of public interest law and criminal justice reform completing internships with the NYC Council and the Bronx District Attorney’s Office.
Michael Albalah is the current Managing Editor. He is a current 3L at Fordham Law School. He graduated from Rutgers University with a major in Philosophy. He is an avid outdoor recreational athlete and spent his 1L summer interning with the Alaska State Attorney General Office, his 2L Spring semester interning with the New York State Attorney General Office in the Environmental Protection Bureau, and this past summer interning with the New Hampshire State Attorney General Office.
Emmanuelle Mercier the current Senior Notes & Articles Editor. She is a 3L at Fordham Law School. She attended Barnard College of Columbia University where she graduated with a major in Political Science. She’s passionate about immigration and healthcare law. She’s worked with the City of New York’s Office of Labor Relations, the New York Attorney General’s Claims Bureau, and most recently with Catholic Charities’ Immigration and Legal Services Office.
Cole Voorhies is a 3L at Fordham Law School. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he earned a degree in American History as well as Political Science. Cole is an avid environmentalist and outdoors-person. He has worked for the New York Environmental Law and Justice Project and Legal Aid of North Carolina. Cole is the Symposium Editor.