The current issue of the New York University Environmental Law Journal features a note by Jessica Almy, an associate at Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal, entitled “Taking Aim at Hunting on National Park Service Lands.” 18 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 184 (2010). The article, authored while Jessica was a law student, argues that hunting is contrary to the National Park Service’s conservation mandate and thus should only be allowed where the activity is authorized by Congress and will not result in the impairment of wildlife or natural resources. The note is available online from the NYU Environmental Law Journal.