UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy to Publish Texas A&M Law Student Paper

August 26, 2015

Brett A. Miller, Texas A&M School of Law 3LTexas A&M School of Law 3L Brett A. Miller, a Georgetown, Texas, native who has focused his legal education on corporate sustainability within the energy, water, and environmental law nexus, will soon add UCLA’s Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (JELP) to his curriculum vitae.

Miller’s article, “Come and ‘Take’ It: Whooping Cranes, Texas Water Rights, Endangered Species Act Liability, and Reconciling Ecological Scientific Testimony Within the Context of Proximate Causation,” which explores recent litigation in Aransas Project v. Shaw and the increasing importance of science in the legal arena, will be published in JELP Volume 34, Issue 1, slated for release in January 2016.

“The opportunity to learn from Professor [Gabriel] Eckstein, with his vast international water law knowledge, is one of the main reasons that I chose to further my education at Texas A&M,” Miller said. “In writing this article, Professor Eckstein provided valuable guidance throughout and truly motivated me to research a topic that I was passionate about.”

Learn more about water law, energy law, or environmental law at Texas A&M School of Law.

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