Mr. Kirsch lectures widely at seminars and conferences on several environmental law subjects and taught a law school course on Law, Science and Technology. He has appeared as an expert in environmental law on CBS News, the MacNeil-Lehrer Report, and numerous radio shows, and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, National Law Journal and The American Lawyer. He also was invited by the New York State Senate to testify on “toxic mold” litigation.
Mr. Kirsch recently co-authored two chapters for Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions: From Brownfields to Green Buildings (Fourth Edition 2011) - an ABA publication. The chapters were entitled "Federal Environmental Liability" and "Indoor Air Quality."
His additional publications include “Q&A With Goodwin Procter's Larry Kirsch,” Law 360, May 13, 2013; “Superfund Practice Will Change and It’s a Good Thing,” Environmental Forum, March/April 2002; “Mold: An Evolving Issue in Design and Construction Defect Litigation,” The Construction Lawyer, Spring 2003, at 5; “Addressing the Crisis in Reclamation Bonding for Mining Companies” (co-author), 48 Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst. 17-1 (2002); “Defense Can Win Toxic Mold Lawsuits,” New York Law Journal, June 24, 2002; “Confidentiality of Environmental Audit Reports,” National Law Journal, March 11, 1996; “Federal Environmental Liability” and “Indoor Air Quality” in Environmental Aspects of Real Estate Transactions (3d ed. 2004); “Indoor Air Quality,” in Environmental Law Practice Guide (Matthew Bender, 1994); “Superfund Site Listings Can Be Challenged,” Envtl. Corp. Counsel Rep., June 1995; “Environmental Compliance Assessments: Why Do Them, How to Do Them and How Not to Do Them,” 26 Wake Forest L. Rev. 97 (1991); “A Whole New Ballgame: Judicial Review and Estimation of CERCLA Claims in Bankruptcy,” 22 Envtl. L. Rep. (Envt’l L. Inst.) 10,791 (1992); “Environmental Liability Pitfalls for Public Employee Retirement Systems,” 2 Fordham Envtl. L. Rep. 1 (1990); “How Lenders Become Environmental Targets” (Sept. 1989); “Federal Statutory Liability for the Cleanup of Hazardous Waste,” Hazardous Substances (Mar. 1986); “Bankruptcy and the Cleanup of Hazardous Waste,” 15 Envtl. L. Rep. 10,168 (1985); “Behind Closed Doors: Indoor Air Pollution and Government Policy,” 6 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 339 (1982); and “Legal Developments on Indoor Air Pollution,” in Indoor Air Pollution: The Complete Resource Guide (1988). Mr. Kirsch also served as Editor-in-Chief of the Indoor Pollution Law Report.