The Pritzker Environmental Law and Policy Briefs are published by UCLA School of Law in conjunction with researchers from a wide range of academic disciplines as well as the broader environmental law community. The papers provide expert analysis to engage further public dialogue on important issues impacting the environment.
This paper series is made possible through a generous donation by Anthony “Tony” Pritzker. Mr. Pritzker is an active member of and a leader in the Los Angeles community. He is a managing partner and co-founder of The Pritzker Group, a private investment firm representing Pritzker family interests, and he serves as chairman of AmSafe Partners. Mr. Pritzker is a trustee of Cal Arts, serves as a Director for Heal the Bay and is a member of the Dartmouth Board of Overseers. For his stewardship, Tony has received honors from Friends of Sheba Medical Center in Israel, Young Presidents’ Organization and the Brandeis Bardin Institute. He established the Anthony Pritzker Family Foundation in 2002, supporting health organizations, human services and Jewish agencies.
A complete listing of the Pritzker Briefs is available on our Publications page.