Scott Schang

Scott Schang

Professor of Practice


  • JD, magna cum laude, Georgetown University Law Center, 1994
  • BA in Studies in the Environment and English, cum laude, Yale University, 1988




  • Environmental Rule of Law: First Global Report (United Nations Environment Programme 2019).

Book Chapters

  • Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment as a Tool for Promoting Public Participation in International Watercourse Management, in Enhancing Participation and Governance in Water Resources Management (2005).


  • Threats of, and Responses to, Agribusiness Land Acquisitions, 4 Business and Human Rights Journal 365-371 (2019).
  • Ending the Tyranny of the Status Quo: Building 21st Century Environmental Law, 32 Pace Environmental Law Review 524 (2015).
  • Federal Greenhouse Gas Control Options from an Enforcement Perspective, 2 San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy 87 (2010).
  • The Rise (And Fall?) of Fundamentalist Federalism, The Environmental Forum (2004).
  • Release Reporting Requirements Under TSCA, FIFRA, OSHA, RCRA, CWA, and CAA,, 27 Environmental Reporter 1250 (1996).
  • Release Reporting Under CERCLA and EPCRA, 27 Environmental Reporter 1117 (1996).


  • Our Profession, The Environmental Forum (January 2010).
  • Tax Credits No Windfall, The Economist (October 24, 2009).
Scott Schang
Contact Information

Worrell 3315