ERROL MEIDINGER, J.D., Ph.D.

Professor of Law 
  and Adjunct Professor of Sociology 
  State University of New York at Buffalo 

Honorary Professor
   Forestry and Environmental Science 
    University of Freiburg, Germany

Programs, Courses, Projects

Recent Writing

The 
UBLaw
School

UBLaw
Faculty
Workshop

Protect, Respect, Remedy and Participate: 'New Governance’ Lessons for the Ruggie Framework

Transnational business governance interactions: Conceptualization and framework for analysis

Private Import Safety Regulation and Transnational New Governance

Competitive Supra-Governmental Regulation: How Could it be Democratic

Multi-Interest Self-Governance through Global Product Certification

Beyond Westphalia: Emerging Transnational Regulatory Systems

The Administrative Law of Global Private/Public Regulation

Knots in the Wood: Explaining the Uneven Emergence of Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Countries

Using Forest Certification to Strengthen Rural Communities:
Cases from Northwest Russia

Property Law for Development Policy and Institutional Theory:
Problems of Structure, Choice, and Change

The New Environmental Law: Forest Certification

Law and Constitutionalism in the Mirror of Non-Governmental Standards

The Fundamentals of Forest Certification

Forest Certification as a Global Civil Society Regulatory Institution

Forest Certification as Environmental Law Making by Global Civil Society

Emerging Trans-Sectoral Regulatory Structures in Global Civil Society: 
The Case of ISEAL 

Law Making by Global Civil Society: the Forest Certification Prototype

Environmental Certification Programs and Environmental Law:
Closer than You May Think

Reconstituting Haudenosaunee Law, Sovereignty, and Governance

"Private" Environmental Regulation, Human Rights, and Community

Laws and Institutions in Cross-Boundary Stewardship

Look Who's Making the Rules: the Roles of the FSC and ISO in International Environmental Policy

Organizational and Legal Challenges for Ecosystem Management

From 'Winners and Losers' to New Authority Structures in Ecological Policy

Science Advocacy is Inevitable:  Deal with It
(with Margaret A. Shannon and Roger N. Clark)

SELECTED OLDER  WRITINGS

Baldy Center
for Law and
Social Policy

Institute for
Forestry Economics

 Freiburg

 

UB Environment
& Society
 Institute

Buffalo
Environmental
Law Journal

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Administrative Law

Enforcing Environmental Law

Environmental Law 1

Environmental Law 2

'Indian’ Indian Law

International Environmental Law

'Private' Law Making

Property 1

Property Rights and Economic Development


Freiburg

American Public Law

Environmental Law US Style

 

Forest Certification

Vita

Class Action
the jazz combo

Contact Information

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716 645 6692

State University of New York

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716 645 2064

Buffalo NY, 14260-1100

Email:

eemeid@buffalo.edu