Professor Fox Discusses Global Climate Crisis Under Biden Administration

Professor Sarah Fox authored, “Why Localizing Climate Federalism Matters (Even) During a Biden Administration” which was published in the Texas Law Review Online in March 2021. After four years of a Trump Administration hostile to action on climate change, her article discusses how the United States is now under the leadership of the Biden Administration, which acknowledges the scope of the global climate crisis and has a number of proposals for addressing it.

Professor Fox joined the NIU Law faculty in 2017. Her primary research and teaching interests are at the intersections of environmental law, property and land use. Before coming to NIU, she worked as a clinical teaching fellow in the environmental law clinic at Georgetown University Law Center, where she represented numerous non-profit organizational clients and supervised student work on cases addressing environmental issues in state and federal court. She was also a litigation associate in the New York offices of Jones Day and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, and clerked for the Honorable Claire V. Eagan of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma.

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