Linda Krop attended UCSB as an undergraduate, graduating in 1979 with a major in Psychology and a Minor in Coaching. After earning a J.D. and working at the Environmental Defense Center, she began guest lecturing in the Environmental Studies Program and other departments. She taught Environmental Law classes at the Santa Barbara College of Law and UCSB Extension before becoming an Instructor in the E.S. Program in 2006. She currently teaches Principles of Environmental Law and Planning and Zoning Law. She also supervises UCSB students who intern with the Environmental Defense Center.
Environmental Law, Environmental Policy and Litigation
B.A., Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara College of Law
Land Use and Planning Law (state and local laws relating to planning and permitting) How States Can Affect Federal Deepwater Port LNG Licensing Decisions: A Case Study Involving the Deepwater Port Act and the Coastal Zone Management Act, Golden Gate University Environmental Law Journal, Symposium Edition, Vol. 5, Number 1 (Fall 2011)
Land Use and Planning Law (state and local laws relating to planning and permitting)Defending State’s Rights Under the Coastal Zone Management Act, Sustainable Development Law & Policy, American University Washington College of Law, Vol. VIII, Issue 1 (Fall 2007)