Professor Robert L. Fischman teaches environmental law, administrative law, public natural resources law, water law, wildlife law, and an advanced environmental seminar at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. As an adjunct professor at the university’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, he teaches a capstone seminar and a course on biodiversity conservation policy. He is a co-author of the leading casebook on public land and resources law. He has written on public land management, endangered species recovery, environmental impact analysis, federalism, and global climate change.
- J.D., Law, University of Michigan