Jason Schwartz is the legal director at the law school’s Institute for Policy Integrity, where his research and advocacy work focus on administrative law, cost-benefit analysis, and environmental policy, especially climate change. His recent publications include Regulatory Red Herring: The Role of Job Impact Analysis in Environmental Policy Debates, 52 Experiments with Regulatory Review: The Political and Economic Inputs into State Rulemakings, and The Road Ahead: EPA’s Options and Obligations for Regulating Greenhouse Gases. Schwartz earned his J.D. in 2006, graduating magna cum laude from NYU, where he served as articles editor for the NYU Environmental Law Journal.
He teaches the Regulatory Policy Clinic in both semesters.