Professor of Law
Kalyani Robbins has expertise in biodiversity and ecosystem management, climate change policy, environmental federalism, environmental law and policy, criminal law, and property. Her work has been published in top academic journals across the country, including at Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, the University of Minnesota, the University of Oregon, Lewis & Clark, SUNY Buffalo, McGeorge, Case Western Reserve, the University of Akron, Fordham, and Pace. Her book in progress focuses on property interests in ecosystem services. Robbins previously served on the law faculties at Florida International University and the University of Akron. At Loyola, she is teaching courses in environmental and natural resources law, as well as the first-year course in property.
BA, University of California at Berkeley
JD, Stanford Law School
LLM, Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Lewis & Clark Law School