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Georgetown Environmental Law Review

The Georgetown Environmental Law Review (GELR) is recognized as a leading publication of scholarly commentary and practical analysis of international and domestic environmental law. GELR covers a broad range of environmental issues including: climate change, renewable energy, the protection of the global commons, regional and comparative issues, and the intersection of the environment and international legal areas such as trade, human rights, security, and technology transfer. Volume 29 Masthead

Editor-in-Chief Anna Deffebach
Managing Editors Jennifer Golinsky
Hali Kerr
Tara Lewis
Tirrill Moore (Online)
Managing Editor, Development Megan Cronin
Administrative Editor Katherine Stewart
Executive Editors Bothwell Graham
Michael Hozik
Paul Leahy
Hume Ross
Garrett West
Brian Yu
Nathan Taylor (Online)
Senior Editors Tyler Bridegan
Shea Diaz
Jake Friedman
Daniel Gick
Joseph Godio
Felycia Itza
Da Young Kim
Xiawan Liu
 Derek Namerow
Tianlu Zhang
 Senior Staff Ryan Drobek
Princess Fuller
Jefferson Lai
Kyu Ick Shin
Kevin Spinella
Timothy Roth
 Staff Aaron Messing
Andrew Galtieri
Berkeley Fife
Dana Lyons
Ekenedilichukwu Ukabiala
Hannah Duus
John Bardo
Monica Kreymer
Paolo Olavario
R. Harrison Dilday
Ryan Reed
Cody Kermanian
Samantha Varsalona
Timothy Stanis
Alexander Dunn
Blake Cushing
Calvin Nguyen
Carlton Tarpley
Emily Orler
Jason Rotstein
Katherine McCormick
Sarah Ruckriegle
Somin Lee
Thomas Forman
Xavier Audick
Adam Firestone
Betty Rosenbaum
Daniel Kelly
Derek Laneback
Douglas Aguilla
Dylan Handelsman
Gary Dreyzin
Lily Ricci
Louise Walter
 Online Staff Seth Barkeley
Carlene Dooley
 Rebecca Eschen
Seth Gitner
Thomas Landers
Andrew Marrero
 Megan O’Connor
 Catherine Creighton
Sean Stein
 Philip McAndrews

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