Gregg Macey

Associate Professor of Law

250 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
718-780-7998 |  Email  | CV
Areas of Expertise
Property
Environmental Law
Urban Planning
Intellectual Property
Education
B.A., Duke University
M.A., University of California, Irvine
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gregg P. Macey joined the faculty in 2010. His research interests include property, environmental regulation, organization theory, natural and man-made disasters, and dispute resolution. His articles appear in a number of journals, including the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Georgetown Law Journal, Cornell Law Review, Brigham Young University Law Review, Environmental Management, Utah Law Review, Virginia Environmental Law Journal, Environmental Law, and MIT Journal of Planning. His co-edited volume on the future of the Superfund program, Reclaiming the Land (with Jon Cannon), was published by Springer-Verlag. Professor Macey is affiliated with the Center for Health, Science & Public Policy and is the current Chair of the American Bar Association's Environmental Justice Committee, Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities.
 
Before coming to Brooklyn Law School, Professor Macey was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Fordham Law School for two years. Previously he was an associate with the law firm Kirkland & Ellis, a senior associate with E2 Inc., an environmental consulting firm based in Charlottesville, VA, and a senior associate with the Consensus Building Institute (CBI), a mediation firm based in Cambridge, MA. While at CBI, he developed a negotiation training program for community-based environmental justice organizations, drafted multi-party negotiation simulations, and assisted with a variety of land use mediations.
 
Professor Macey holds a Ph.D. in urban planning. He was Editor-in-Chief of the MIT Journal of Planning and the Virginia Environmental Law Journal. He taught courses in environmental economics, land use policy, and environmental justice at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning. He was also a Dillard Fellow at UVA (legal research and writing), a Voorhees Instructor at MIT (graduate courses in microeconomics and negotiation and dispute resolution), and a Research Fellow at Harvard Law School's Program on Negotiation.