The Washington Journal of Social & Environmental Justice (WJSEJ) at the University of Washington School of Law publishes legal scholarship examining how communities interact with each other and the environment with the goal of highlighting injustice and encouraging positive change. Adhering to principles of equity, diversity, and representation, the Journal identifies challenges, posits solutions, and amplifies the voices of those most affected by injustice. This mission will be achieved by the collaboration and professionalism of our members, and the continued input from external advisors.
WJSEJ began in 2009 as the Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (WJELP). To see issues published by WJELP, please click on the WJELP site.
For more information, please visit the Journal's website.
Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 2 (2023)
Making Bad Decisions with Toxic Emissions: Exploring the Prosecution of Companies for Superfund Crimes
Dr. Melissa Jarrell Ozymy and Dr. Joshua Ozymy