One of our top junior faculty is Michael Burger, who joined RWU Law after a distinguished academic record (B.A. magna cum laude from Brown; honors graduate from Columbia Law School, where he was Articles Editor for the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law); practice (Associate Counsel for New York City’s Environmental Law Division), and law teaching (at NYU).
Michael is developing a national reputation for his work on climate change and most recently the cutting edge issues associated with drilling for oil in the Arctic, made feasible due to rapid ice melt. Here are some of Michael’s recent blog postings on the topic, as well as his review of a recent book on the topic.
Book Review: The Eskimo and the Oil Man: The Battle at the Top of the World for America's Future
Michael recently wrote on the complexities of planning offshore wind farms in our own RWU Law Magazine.
Visit the RWU Marine Affairs Institute, with which Michael is affiliated, for more information.