School of Law 210
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After a successful first career in international communications and university instruction on two continents, Professor Dellinger graduated from law school at the top of her class at the University of Oregon School of Law, Order of the Coif. She then clerked for the late Hon. Francis J. D'Eramo of the Superior Court of the United States Virgin Islands and the Hon. Procter Hug, Jr., of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Professor Dellinger researches and writes extensively on the intersection between international business and environmental law with a particular focus on climate change as well as on public participation in government decision-making. Her writings have been used and cited to extensively by, for example, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the OECD. Professor Dellinger is the editor in chief of the ContractsProfs Blog, where her blogs often address how to protect the weaker constituents of society as well as environmental issues that intersect with business aspects. This receives an average of 300 hits per day. She started and hosts the popular Global Energy and Environmental Law Podcast on iTunes, which currently has approximately 225,000 listeners. Professor Dellinger is the Chair of the International Environmental Law section of the American Branch of the International Law Association. She has visited 36 nations for business and pleasure and is fluent in English, Danish, and German. In her spare time, Professor Dellinger likes socializing, watching movies, and wine tasting.
Public and Private International Law, Commercial Law, International Environmental Law
International environmental law, disaster and vulnerability law, public participation in law-making and law-enforcement
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