Prof. David Schoenbrod

Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute and Trustee Professor of Law, New York Law School
David Schoenbrod

David Schoenbrod, a pioneer in the field of environmental law, is currently examining how Congress could restructure environmental statutes so that their objectives could be achieved more effectively and efficiently. He teaches environmental law at New York Law School and has served as a senior staff attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, where he led the charge to get lead out of gasoline. Mr. Schoenbrod studies all major environmental areas, in particular air pollution and climate change. He also studies litigation in which court decrees dictate the management of governmental institutions, such as prisons, schools, and foster care agencies.

  • LL.B, Yale Law School
  • B.Ph., economics, Oxford University
  • B.A., mathematics, Yale College

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Publications and Multimedia
The Role of Congress in Environmental Law - Event Audio/Video
2015 National Lawyers Convention
November 19, 2015
The REINS Act - Podcast
Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group Podcast
August 28, 2013