Journal of Environmental Law


Condensing essential information into three issues a year, the Journal of Environmental Law has become an authoritative source of informed analysis for all those who have any dealings in this field of legal study. The Journal exists for both legal practitioners and academics but also proves accessible for other groups concerned with the environment including scientists to planners. It offers: major articles on a wide variety of topics, refereed and written to the highest standards, providing innovative and authoritative appraisals of current
and emerging concepts, policies and practice with a case law section covering a selection of English-language cases from recent months, the judgment is reproduced in full, and is followed by a detailed analysis. An annual European Case Law section providing full annotation of all cases on environmental issues emanating from the European Court of Justice. It also includes a substantial book reviews section and a materials section reproducing texts of recent legal, or quasi-legal, documents concerning the environment, such as European Directives and technical guidance texts.

Footnotes, where present, are bi-directional. This journal, along with other available UK law journals, can be searched in the All UK Law Journals file.

Online ISSN: 1464-374X
Print ISSN: 0952-8873

SOURCE CURRENCY Volume 36 Issue 1, 1 March 2024 J Environmental Law (2024) 36 (1): 1 UPDATE INFORMATION Articles Footnotes as Scholarly Crafting Tackling the Art of Writing: Tips from an Early Career Researcher Writing Effective Introductions in Environmental Law Journal Articles We Need To Talk About Method: A Call for More and Better Empirical Environmental Law Scholarship Training for the Marathon The European Climate Law: Strengthening EU Procedural Climate Governance? Uncharted Interplay and Troubled Implementation: Managing Hydropower's Environmental Impacts under the EU Water Framework and Environmental Liability Directives The Aarhus Convention and the Latent Right to a Healthy Environment NGOs Shaping Public Participation Through Law: The Aarhus Convention and Legal Mobilisation Environmental Challenges to UK Public Authorities: The Impact of the Judicial Review and Courts Act 2022 The Obligations of the States in Respect of Climate Change Before the International Court of Justice The Living Wonders case: A Backwards Step in Australian Climate Litigation on Coal Mines Reviews Book Reviews: The Centre Will Not Hold: The Foundations of Environmental Law


 Alison Jones Consultant editor
 Cameron Hutchison Author
 James Wilson Editor
 Jos Roberto Prez Salom Author
 Karen N. Scott Author
 Margaret A. Young Author
 Richard Macrory Author
 Rosalind Malcolm Author
 Ruth Brown Editor
 Sharon Turner Author
 Vanessa Edwards Author
 Veerle Heyvaert Author
 William Howarth Author