Domestic Environmental Law

Judge Gorsuch's Environmental Record

, New York Law Journal


Domestic Environmental Law columnists Christine A. Fazio and Ethan I. Strell write that while Judge Gorsuch has questioned judicial deference of agency decisions, his few written opinions on environmental matters actually show a tendency to rule in favor of the federal agency. However, the outcomes of these cases have less to do with the environment than with Judge Gorsuch's judicial and constitutional philosophy.

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