August 01, 2018
Andrew Taylor (L’19)
Third-year law student Andrew Taylor has had an article published in the Environmental Law Reporter's July edition.
Taylor's article, called "Union of Concerned Scientists v. Pruitt: Can EPA Purge Its Academic Science Advisors?" analyzes "Union of Concerned Scientists v. Pruitt by providing relevant background and then examining the four specific claims put forth in the suit," according to a summary of the comments in the ELR.
Taylor begins his third year at Tulane Law School this fall as the Editor-in-Chief of the Tulane Environmental Law Journal and has been recognized for his dedication to pro bono work, having completed more than 300 hours while in law school, including with the Miranda Warning Project coordinated by the American Bar Association and with Rising Foundations, an organization that helps ex-convicts transition back into society.
Before law school, Taylor worked for an Kenya-based NGO for a decade, traveling to the country to work with children. He worked in Asia (mostly China and South Korea) before coming to New Orleans and joining Tulane Law.