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Joseph Sax in the news:



Daniel Farber and Joseph Sax Recount Berkeley Law’s Environmental Legacy

San Francisco Chronicle, February 26, 2012 by Daniel Farber
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2012/02/25/INNB1N9UKT.DTL

“It traces back to work done at the law school, to community activists and to people in public office,” says Sax. “We need the legal basis to get the job done, and the place where that happens is in the law school.”

In short, the legacy of Colby, Sax and Heyman lives on—not only in Berkeley Law itself, but also in the wetlands, lakes and mountains they fought with such ingenuity to protect.


Joseph Sax Wins International Blue Planet Prize for Research on Environmental Law

Contra Costa Times, July 13, news brief

“This (award) is simply the latest in a series of well-deserved accolades Professor Sax has received over his remarkable career,” said Cymie Payne, associate director of Boalt’s Center for Environmental Law and Policy…


Joseph Sax on Legacy of Environmental Movement

KQED (89.5 FM) Forum with Michael Krasny, July 17
http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R707171000

The show discusses the legal legacy of the environmental movement as well as the role of industry.