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Millan Authors "Contemporary CERCLA: Reversals of Fortune and Black Holes"
March 29, 2006

Jones Walker special counsel, Stanley A. Millan published an article in the Fordham Environmental Law Journal (Vol. XVI, No. 2, 2005). The piece, titled “Contemporary CERCLA: Reversals of Fortune and Black Holes,” deals with the history and trends surrounding this complex environmental clean-up statute, which led to the Brownfields programs in 2002. Oliver Houck, distinguished professor of Environmental Law at Tulane Law School, remarked upon the reader-friendly nature of Millan’s article. “You have a nice way of colloquializing these things,” Houck said. “Making ‘em simple, that’s an art.”

Millan, an associate adjunct professor at Tulane Law School, is also teaching an advanced law course this spring on CERCLA and hazardous waste management (RCRA). His classes are well attended by both law students and graduate law students. Millan conducts CERCLA and RCRA litigation and compliance counseling at Jones Walker.