Aspen Publishing

Practical Environmental Law, Second Edition

Laurel A. Vietzen


  • ISBN: 9780735507807

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    Summary of Contents

    Ch. 1. Introduction to the Study of Law

    Ch. 2. Administrative Agencies in Environmental Law

    Ch. 3. The Courts in Environmental Law

    Ch. 4. The Constitution and the Executive in Environmental Law

    Ch. 5. Protection of the Environment at the Local and International Levels

    Ch. 6. Due Diligence in Transactional Law

    Ch. 7. National Environmental Policy Act

    Ch. 8. The Air We Breathe

    Ch. 9. Water

    Ch. 10. CERCLA, SARA, EPCRA, and TSCA

    Ch. 11. Solid Waste, Hazardous Waste

    Ch. 12. Wild Things, Wild Places: ESA, Federal Land, and FIFRA

    Ch. 13  Mining

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    Laurel A. Vietzen

    Professor Laurel A. Vietzen has been coordinator of the ABA-approved paralegal program at Elgin Community College since it began in 1989. She received her BA in Journalism from Purdue University and her JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

    Prior to starting her current position at Elgin Community College, Professor Vietzen practiced transactional law with the Chicago firm of Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal and the suburban firm Bean & Spencer and taught Lawyering Skills at John Marshall Law School in Chicago. She is coordinator of the Contributor to Planning & Environmental Law journal, monthly since 1985.

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