Craig N. Oren

Craig Oren is a professor of law at Rutgers Law School. In the early 1980s, he was assistant counsel to the House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, and over the years he has written extensively on the Clean Air Act. He has served on three National Academy of Sciences committees that studied the Act.

Will the Trump Administration Drastically Deregulate Environmental Protection?

Initial signs suggest that drastic environmental deregulation looms, but there may be much less than the Administration envisions.

What Will Come from the Supreme Court’s Stay of EPA’s Clean Power Plan?

Scholar argues the impact of halting the regulation’s implementation may be small.

Agencies May Differ from their Expert Scientific Panels

D.C. Circuit’s decision on ozone regulation has implications for science and policy in agencies.

The Need to Protect Health from Fine Particles

EPA must articulate and justify how its ozone decisions protect the public health.

Why Costs Should Play No Role in Setting Ozone Standards

President Obama made a bad decision to withdraw EPA rule.