BELJ's inaugural issue hit the presses in the Spring of 1993 and was originally chartered as a specialty journal focusing on environmental problems affecting the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada. In the intervening years, BELJ has diversified its coverage to include general environmental issues ranging from local land use to comprehensive federal statues and litigation.
Our goal is to provide a wide-read and valuable tool for the legal profession by allowing interested parties to obtain accurate and up-to-date comparative information about the most recent publications surrounding environmental law.
As always, BELJ is interested in manuscripts from students, professors, and attorneys practicing in the field. Visit our submissions page for more information!