The Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation (JELL) provides a forum for cutting-edge and groundbreaking scholarship discussing contemporary topics in environmental and natural resources law, including renewable energy, environmental justice, and international environmental law. JELL publishes this scholarship to better inform practitioners, scholars, students, and government officials, and expand knowledge within the field. JELL encourages students to become exceptional editors, writers, and scholars while serving an integral role at the University of Oregon Law School's nationally and internationally recognized environmental law program.
Through its annual symposium, JELL encourages dialogue about environmental law and policy among students, professors, practitioners, and governmental agencies at the local, regional, national, and international levels to facilitate thoughtful progress on the most pressing of environmental concerns.
In 2015, JELL is launching an online companion to the print journal to offer digital archives of previous and current issues, infographics related to the practice and understanding of environmental law, and blogs and essays on recent court decisions to provide up-to-the-minute information on developments in the field of environmental law.