About the Author

Author:Stephen M. Johnson
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About the Author
Stephen M. Johnson is the W.F.G. Professor of Law at Mercer University Law School in
Macon, Georgia. He received his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and an
LL.M. in environmental law from the George Washington University Law School. Prior to
teaching, he served as an attorney for the Bureau of Regulatory Counsel in the
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (now DEP) and as a trial attorney
for the U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division,
Environmental Defense Section, where he worked on wetlands litigation and other
environmental litigation.
He joined the Mercer faculty in 1993 and served as the Associate Dean for Academic
Affairs from 2002-2012. He specializes in Environmental Law, but has also taught Torts,
Statutory Law, Administrative Law, and Dispute Resolution. His scholarship focuses on
wetlands, environmental justice, economics and the environment, technology and the law,
and administrative law. In addition to authoring numerous articles on those topics, he has
edited an American Bar Association book on Wetlands law and has authored a book on
economic approaches to environmental protection. He has also authored several CALI
exercises on wetlands and environmental law and has served on the Board of Directors of
CALI for more than a decade.
While teaching at Mercer, he has been fortunate to teach or visit at Notre Dame Law
School, the University of London and Strathclyde University. In 2004, he taught at the
University of Tokyo and at Waseda University (Tokyo) on a Fulbright grant.

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