LAW : FACULTY

faculty bio
Helen Kang
Title:

Professor of Law

Director, Environmental Law and Justice Clinic

School:
Law
Campus:
San Francisco
  • 415-442-6693

RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Citizen Enforcement of Environmental Laws

Clean Air Act

Consultant, ABA Rule of Law Initiative, 2012

Environmental Law

EDUCATION

JD, Boalt Hall School of Law

BA, Yale University

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Visit my SSRN page.

Use of Role Play and Interview Mode in Law Clinic Case Rounds to Teach Essential Legal Skills and to Maximize Meaningful Participation, 19 Clinical L. Rev. 207 (2012).

Recognizing the Link Among Climate Change, Food, and Poverty, 46Clearinghouse Review, Journal of Poverty Law and Policy 289 (2012).

Federal Air Pollution Requirements, The Recorder, July 5, 2012.

The Importance of U.S. Law and Teaching Methods to Korean Undergraduates, 26 Soongsil L. Rev. 239 (2011).

Fighting for Environmental Justice Takes Long-Lasting Coalitions, 45 Clearinghouse Review, Journal of Poverty Law and Policy 158 (2011).

Navigating Environmental Regulations, The Recorder, June 22, 2011.

Pursuing Environmental Justice: Obstacles and Opportunities - Lessons From the Field, 31 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 121 (2009).

A case study of environmental justice work in West Oakland, The Race Equity Project, May 15, 2009.

Comment, United States v. Grace & Co., 29 Real Property Law Reporter, March 2006.

Co-author, Reflections on the Birth of the Journal: a Founders' Roundtable Discussion, 20 Berkeley J. of Gender, Law & Justice 12 (2005).

Federal Impact on State Resources; Fighting the Feds For Clean Air, San Francisco Chronicle (Sept. 10, 2003). Also available at TomPaine.com.

Citizen Suits in the Federal Courts: Pre-Litigation Considerations, Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of California, Fall 2000.

Standing Up, California Law Business, Feb. 22, 2000.