Professor Freeman is one of the nation’s leading EPA experts, having written extensively on EPA’s environmental rules, including greenhouse gas rules to address climate change, and judicial review of those rules in the courts. She has written a comprehensive history of how the EPA’s approach to climate change evolved over 50 years, from the Carter through Trump administrations. Freeman is sought out by the media as an EPA expert with insight into the agency’s legal and regulatory strategies for advancing environmental protection.

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