Law and the Environment

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West Educational Publishing Company, 1998 - Law - 449 pages
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This text introduces students to fundamental policy issues in environmental law, allowing them to explore these various legal topics, enhanced and brought to life with pertinent cases and readings. It is designed as a primary text for courses in environmental law through not only business schools, but also schools of engineering - specifically civil engineering and environmental engineering departments, geology departments; it is also appropriate for real estate study. The language of the text avoids the overuse of legal jargon, providing clear explanation of legal terms when they arise.

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Contents

Who Should Speak for the Environment? 8 Economics and Regulation
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Comments and Conclusion
26
Steps in a Civil Law Suit Civil Procedure
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Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Frona Powell is Associate Professor Emeritus of Business Law at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, which she joined in 1987. Her research interests include environmental law and real estate law. She is also the author of LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENT. She earned her J.D. from Indiana University School of Law.

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