Gregg Macey

Center Associate Director for Environmental Justice

Center for Land, Environment, and Natural Resources


Gregg Macey is Center Associate Director for Environmental Justice. His articles appear in a number of journals, including Environmental Science and TechnologyGeorgetown Law JournalEnvironmental HealthUtah Law ReviewJournal of Policy Analysis and ManagementCornell Law Review, and Environmental Management, among others. He also published book chapters in Risk Analysis of Natural Hazards (2016) and Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States (2019). He co-edited a volume on the future of the Superfund program, Reclaiming the Land, with Jon Cannon. He has taught at Brooklyn Law School, Boston University, MIT, Fordham Law School, and the University of Virginia. Prior to academia, he was an Associate with the law firm Kirkland & Ellis, a Senior Associate with E2 Inc., an environmental consulting firm, and a Senior Associate with the Consensus Building Institute (CBI), a land use mediation firm. Professor Macey holds a JD from the University of Virginia and a Ph.D. in urban planning from MIT.