|Discussion List (Professor Bisbee will join the discussion list from February 27-March 3)|
Dorothy Bisbee has taught Environmental Law, Contracts, and Dispute
Resolution at the Southern New England School of Law; Environmental Law
at the New England School of Law; and Legal Research and Writing at Boston
University Law School. She was a lawyer for the Massachusetts Department
of Food and Agriculture from 1998 to 2003, before which she was an Environmental
Associate at Goodwin, Procter & Hoar in Boston. A 1994 graduate
of the University of Virginia School of Law, she served on the Virginia
Environmental Law Journal and clerked for the Nature Conservancy and the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the early 1990s. She holds
a bachelorís degree in Comparative Literature from Brown University.
Professor Bisbee is on leave this year, learning from her infant daughter
Sophie and writing an article on agriculture and wind farming. For
a link to her 2004 article on offshore wind farms, click here.
Click here for a Word version of the lecture.
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