Faculty & Staff
Professor Freeman teaches Administrative Law, Environmental Law, and Natural Resources Law. Her scholarship in administrative law focuses generally on public-private collaboration in governance. Her work in this field encompasses governance theory, dispute resolution, regulatory innovation, and privatization. Her work in environmental law focuses on questions of institutional design, including governance institutions and regulatory tools. Learn more »
Richard Lazarus is the Howard J. and Katherine W. Aibel Professor of Law Harvard University, where he teaches environmental law, natural resources Law, Supreme Court advocacy, and torts. Professor Lazarus has represented the United States, state and local governments, and environmental groups in the United States Supreme Court in 40 cases and has presented oral argument in 13 of those cases. His primary areas of legal scholarship are environmental and natural resources law, with particular emphasis on constitutional law and the Supreme Court. Learn more »
Wendy Jacobs is a Clinical Professor and Director of the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic. Her work has covered the gamut of compliance counseling, handling of complex permit applications and their related hearings and appeals, preparation of comments on federal and state rule makings, drafting of legislation, regulations and ordinances, administrative trials and appeals, litigation, negotiation and drafting of contracts, environmental due diligence and audits, and development of corporate risk management and environmental protection policies and manuals. Learn more »
Shaun Goho is a Senior Clinical Instructor and Staff Attorney in the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic. He teaches a clinical seminar on public interest environmental litigation. Before coming to HLS, Shaun worked in the Northwest office of Earthjustice, here he litigated a variety of environmental cases in state and federal court, with an emphasis on Endangered Species Act and water rights issues, and in the Washington, DC, office of O’Melveny & Myers, with a practice largely focused on securities litigation. Learn more »
Kate Konschnik is Policy Director of the Environmental Law Program. Kate served as Chief Environmental Counsel to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), directing the Senator’s subcommittee on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee for three years. Prior to this, Kate spent seven years as a Trial Attorney at the Environmental Enforcement Section of the United States Department of Justice, litigating environmental cases in federal court on behalf of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Kate was a member of the Clean Air Act New Source Review Power Plants litigation team, and represented the Environmental Enforcement Section in drafting Clean Air Act policy proposals for the incoming Obama Administration. Learn more »
Kathy Curley is the program administrator for the Environmental Law Program. Kathy has worked at the program since 2006. She holds a B.S. in Public Finance from University of Massachusetts. Kathy has been a faculty assistant to numerous professors throughout her career at Harvard Law School.
Jacqueline Calahong is a staff assistant for the Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic. Jacqueline has worked at the Tufts University Center for Children, Ceres, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. She holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Michigan and a J.D. from the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law.
Molly Cohen is the Environmental Law Program student fellow. She is a third-year student at HLS. She hails from the Boston area, and graduated Brown University in 2009 with a degree in geophysics.
Mr. Sunstein has testified before congressional committees on many subjects, and he has been involved in constitution-making and law reform activities in a number of nations, including Ukraine, Poland, China, South Africa, and Russia.
Professor Singer teaches property law and conflict of laws. His scholarly work in property focuses on the social functions of property and the effect of property law on social relations. He also does research and writes extensively about federal Indian law, including the contours of tribal sovereignty and land claims, and is a co-editor of the 2005 edition of Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law (Nell Newton et al. eds.) (LexisNexis 2005). Learn more »
Professor Stephenson teaches administrative law and environmental law. His research focuses primarily on the application of positive political theory to the study of public law and regulatory institutions. Learn more »
Tyler Giannini is the Clinical Director of Harvard Law School’s Human Rights Program, and a Clinical Professor at the Law School. He teaches clinical seminars on Human Rights and the Environment as well as Business and Human Rights. While at the Clinic, Tyler has investigated harms associated with large dams, mining and other resource extraction. He has conducted research missions in numerous countries, including Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Thailand, and Cambodia. Learn more »