Ann E. Carlson

Ann E. Carlson

Shirley Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law
Faculty Co-Director, Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
B.A. UC Santa Barbara, 1982
J.D. Harvard, 1989
UCLA Faculty Since 1994

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An analysis of property as a social institution and particularly of the dynamics of the system for recognizing and protecting competing claims to resources. Major problem areas to be studied include...

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This course will examine how states, non-profit organizations, the global community, and the private sector have responded to the retreat by the federal government from climate leadership. This...

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The course on administrative law would be helpful, but it is not a prerequisite.This introductory course will focus on the variety of legal mechanisms that regulate the environment, with a focus on...

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We will examine the City of Los Angeles and its environment through three non-fiction books, one book chapter and two movies. The course’s principal focus is on the city’s most significant...

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A. Carlson / W. Boyd

The course will enroll up to 24 students, from law and other graduate programs, who will each week read the work of a scholar who will present a paper on the topic of either climate change and/or...

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UCLA School of Law offers externships in a variety of settings from government agencies to non-profit organizations. Currently, externship placements are limited to California, Seattle, Chicago, New...

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