The symposium was co-sponsored by the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation and the Oregon Review of International Law.
What does JEL stand for?
JEL stands for Journal of Environmental Law (legal publication)
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We have 18 other meanings of JEL in our Acronym Attic
- JR (Japan Railways) East Japan Information Systems Company (est. 1989)
- Journal of European Industrial Training
- Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (merger of JEIDA and EIAJ)
- James Earl Jones (actor)
- Japana Esperanto Junularo (Esperanto: Japanese Esperanto Youth; est. 1992)
- Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
- Junularo Esperantista Kanada (Esperanto: Canadian Esperanto Youth)
- Jeder Kann Mitmachen
- Joint Electronic Library
- Journal of Economic Literature
- Journées d'Études Linguistiques de Nantes (Nantes Conference in Linguistics)
- Just Eliminate Lies (anti-tobacco company organization)
- Just Enough to Lose (Bush's Iraq escalation plan)
- Japan Education Law Association
- Jean Lafitte National Historic Park and Preserve (US National Park Service)
- Joint Enterprise Level Agreement (Cisco)
- Judiciary, Executive and Legislative Advisory and Consultative (Phillipines)
- Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Java Education and Learning Community
- Joint Emergency Liaison Committee (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Board of the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy is pleased to present the first issue of the twenty-sixth annual volume: Coping with Global Warming.
King was the Editor-in- Chief of the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
In related news, West Group has restructured the editorial content of Journal of Environmental Law & Practice and appointed a new editor-in- chief and editor.
Relkin, who is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney, has spoken on scientific evidence issues and has published articles on the subject in the CARDOZO LAW REVIEW and the DICKINSON JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY.
The Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation's annual symposium will cover the issue of wildfires, including an overview and history of wildfire issues in the West.
Chine received his Juris Doctorate from UCLA, where he was editor of Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, and his Bachelor of Arts with high honors from UC Santa Barbara.
He is a member of the editing board of a number of journals, including Journal of Environmental Law, Legal Issues of Economic Integration , Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law (JEEPL) en The Columbia Journal of European Law.