Professor of Law
Rutgers (The State University of New Jersey) School of Law -Camden
Areas of Expertise:Environmental Policy
Professor of Law, Rutgers School of Law, Camden, New Jersey. (Appointed July 1, 1984; re-appointed with tenure, July 1, 1990; re-appointed as Professor, July 1, 1998). Subjects Taught: Administrative Law; Environmental Law; Property, Estates & Trusts, Legislation
Fall, 1996: Visiting Professor, University of North Carolina School of Law. Subjects Taught: Environmental Law, Property.
1990-1991: Visiting Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law. Subjects Taught: Environmental Law, Property, Seminar in Environmental Law.
Recent Comments by Craig Oren
- "I am in favor of virtually anything that would reduce emissions of greenhouse gases because these emissions threaten to disrupt the lives of our desce"
A Carbon Dividends Plan
- "Rep. Van Hollen's proposal is quite intriguing. I have two doubts about it. First,is a carbon tax an effective way of bringing about necessary reduct"
Protecting Our Climate and the Middle Class
- "Professor Muller makes an eloquent case for his views. He tends to be optimistic about what can be done to reduce the environmental risks from frackin"
Can Shale Gas Limit Air Pollution?
- "The legislation is completely unnecessary. The Clean Air Act also requires that the emission limit imposed on new sources must be achievable through t"
The Economic Impacts of Eliminating Coal from Our Energy Portfolio
- "The Clean Air Act requires that new source performance standards be set at a level that is "achievable" through use of the "best system of emission re"
Assessing the Impacts of EPA’s New Coal Power Plant Rules