IT’S GETTING HOT IN HERE: Climate Change Cases Heat Up in Federal Court

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IT’S GETTING HOT IN HERE: Climate Change Cases Heat Up in Federal Court

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Climate change litigation is heating up in federal court. Current lawsuits contain everything from traditional common law nuisance suits to administrative law actions to imaginative constitutional law claims. This lecture will provide background on climate change litigation, survey the range of climate change litigation currently in federal court, and discuss how climate change cases pose unique challenges for federal courts.

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JONATHAN H. ADLER is the inaugural Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and Director of the Coleman P. Burke Center for Environmental Law at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he teaches courses in environmental, administrative and constitutional law.

Professor Adler is the author or editor of seven books, including Business and the Roberts Court (Oxford University Press, 2016) and Rebuilding the Ark: New Perspectives on Endangered Species Act Reform (AEI Press, 2011), and over a dozen book chapters. His articles have appeared in publications ranging from the Harvard Environmental Law Review and Yale Journal on Regulation to The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. He has testified before Congress a dozen times, and his work has been cited in the U.S. Supreme Court. A 2016 study identified Professor Adler as the most cited legal academic in administrative and environmental law under age 50.

APPROVED FOR ONE (1) HOUR OF IN PERSON CLE CREDIT

For more information, contact Cheryl Lauderdale at cml@case.edu or 216.368.6683.

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