Jody Freeman is the Archibald Cox Professor of Law and the founding director of the Harvard Law School Environmental & Energy Law Program. She is a leading scholar of both administrative law and environmental law, and has written extensively on federal agency regulation, climate change, energy and environmental policy, and executive authority. Professor Freeman is one of the most cited academics in public law across the nation.
Scholar. Public policy expert. Strategic advisor. Commentator.
In addition to her role at Harvard Law School, Professor Freeman is an independent director of ConocoPhillips, where she chairs the Public Policy Committee. She also serves on the advisory council of the Electric Power Research Institute, and is a newly elected member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Professor Freeman can be heard regularly on NPR, and has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, Los Angeles Times, Politco, Vox and Foreign Affairs.
2 Aug 2018
New York Times – Jody Freeman
18 Jan 2017
VOX – Brad Plumer in Conversation with Jody Freeman
Harvard Environmental Review – Volume 41
Professor Freeman reveals to the Harvard Law School Class of 2018 her tips for law and life as part of the Last Lecture Series
Harvard's Lazarus and Freeman discuss marathon day of arguments, talk outcomes and next steps for rules