United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Kathryn Kovacs

Kathryn Kovacs joined the faculty of Rutgers Law School in 2011 after 12 years in the Department of Justice's Environment and Natural Resources Division, where she wrote more than 100 appellate and Supreme Court briefs and argued more than 60 appeals, primarily in the fields of environmental, administrative, and constitutional law.  She has also served as Senior Advisor in the Department of the Interior. She teaches administrative law, natural resources law and property.  She is a graduate of Yale University and the Georgetown University Law Center and served as law clerk to Chief Judge Robert C. Murphy of  the Maryland Court of Appeals (1995-96).  She has published extensively in the field of administrative law. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Association of American Law Schools' Section on Administrative Law and on the Council of the American Bar Association's Administrative Law Section.

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