Law Professor to Discuss Legal, Regulatory Practices Related to Environmental Policy

UCLA’s Timothy Malloy to speak at UCR on May 1

Timothy Malloy

Timothy Malloy

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Timothy Malloy, professor of law at the UCLA School of Law, will discuss “Law, Science and Risk: Shifting Paradigms of Regulation” at UC Riverside on Friday, May 1, at 9 a.m. in Winston Chung Hall 205/206.

The lecture is free and open to the public. Reservations are requested and may be made online or by emailing Malloy’s presentation is sponsored by the UCR One Health Center, the School of Public Policy, and the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.

“Professor Malloy’s research on legal and regulatory practices related to environmental policy have contributed to improving these practices in various areas including water quality and health, which is one of the main areas of study in the One Health Center at UCR,” said Mary Gauvain, interim director of the One Health Center.

At UCLA Malloy is faculty director of the interdisciplinary Sustainable Technology and Policy Program.  After receiving his law degree at the University of Pennsylvania, Malloy clerked for Judge Donald W. VanArtsdalen of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  He joined the UCLA faculty in 1998, having spent a combined 11 years in private practice and at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. His research interests focus on environmental, chemical and nanotechnology policy, regulatory policy, and organizational theory and decision analysis, with particular emphasis on the relationship between regulatory design and implementation and the structure of business organizations. He has worked and written extensively in the area of risk governance and prevention-based regulation.

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