Christopher H. Schroeder


  • Environmental Regulation: Law, Science, and Policy (Aspen Publishers, 4th ed. 2003, 5th ed. 2006, 6th ed. 2009, 7th 2013) (Annual Supplements 1998-2002 & Statutory and Case Supplement with Internet Guide 2011-2014) (with others)
  • Keeping Faith with the Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2010) (with others)
  • Presidential Power Stories (Foundation Press, 2009) (editor with Curtis A. Bradley)
  • A New Progressive Agenda for Public Health and the Environment (Carolina Academic Press, 2005) (editor with Rena Steinzor)
  • The Need for Power Issue in the Context of Recent State Power Plant Siting Legislation (1979) (with Enholm)
  • Control of Population Densities Surrounding Nuclear Power Plants (1977) (with others)
  • Industrial Cogeneration in California (California Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, 1977) (with others)
  • State Facility Siting Legislation and Its Impact on the Siting of Coal-Fired Power Plants (1977) (with Wiley)
  • Preliminary Report on the Assessment of Energy Conservation Strategies and Measures (California Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, 1976) (with others)

Articles and Essays

Issues Edited

  • Special Editor, Law and Contemporary Problems (Autumn 2004)
  • Special Editor, Law and Contemporary Problems (Summer 2004)

Newspaper Articles and Commentary

  • Why the Justice Department May be Right, Huffington Post (May 17, 2013)
  • What Congress Gets To Know: How To End The Standoff On Executive Privilege And The U.S. Attorney Scandal, (March 26, 2007) (with Walter Dellinger)
  • The Purse Isn't Congress' Only Weapon, New York Times (March 14, 2007, at A23) (with Walter Dellinger)
  • The Case for Judicial Review, 2001 Washington Post (January 01, 2001, at A39) (with Walter Dellinger)
  • What About Burton's Contempt for the Constitution?, 1998 Legal Times (August 17, 1998, at 25) (with Neil Kinkopf)
  • New Center for the Study of the Congress Looks at American Cynicism Toward the Institution, Duke Law Magazine (January 01, 1997, at 15)