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Catherine O’Neill

Adjunct law Faculty/Environmental Scholar

Biography

Catherine’s work focuses on environmental law and policy, particularly environmental justice and American Indian tribes’ rights. She has taught at the University of Washington, the University of Arizona, and Seattle University, where she was a Professor of Law and a Faculty Fellow with the Center for Indian Law & Policy. Most recently, she was a Habitat Policy Analyst for the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. Catherine’s publications include Exposed: Asking the Wrong Question in Risk Regulation (Arizona State Law Journal, 2016); Fishable Waters (American Indian Law Journal, 2013); No Mud Pies: Risk Avoidance as Risk Regulation (Vermont Law Review, 2007); and Mercury, Risk, and Justice (Environmental Law Reporter, 2004).

Specialty Areas and Course Descriptions

Environmental Justice - Fall 2020, Spring 2021