Chapman Law Review


This Article analizes the cases that form the foundation of modern American environmental law and protection. In this Article, Professor Denis Binder bases his analysis of those cases on five decades in environmental law, using historical perspective to look at the environmental, procedural, and substantive impacts and significance of the case decisions.



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