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A selective guide to environmental law resources at the Thomas M. Cooley Law Libraries
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2014 URL: http://cooleylawlibguides.com/environmental Print Guide RSS Updates

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Environmental Law: Introduction

The research guide is a selective resource to assist the legal researcher in conducting research in the area of United States Environmental Law. It is not comprehensive in scope or intended to be a catchall source, but rather to act as a starting point for the researcher to find additional sources and relevant information. At its core, the guide attempts to lead the researcher to up-to-date items held by the Cooley libraries. Environmental law may encompass a wide array of legal areas. This guide focuses upon environmental issues pertaining to human health and natural resource issues. Except for a handful of exceptions, land use issues have been omitted. Additionally, the guide is tilted towards Michigan sources on the topic while other state specific sources have been deliberately omitted. Lastly, it should be noted that Michigan’s environmental laws have been predominately codified in the National Resources and Environmental Protection Act..

The guide is organized according to the topics listed to the left, in the guide outline. 

In the sections of the guide focusing on print materials, the "location" provides the call number for a work. Clicking on the title takes a user to the relevant entry in the catalog. Where possible, guide sections about statutes link to the appropriate law.

And please contact us if you have any questions or need further guidance.

 

Author Information

This guide was authored Bryan van Pottelsberghe, the Head of Public Services at the Tampa Bay campus library.

It has been revised and updated by Sarah Ewbank, a reference assistant at the Tampa Bay Campus.

Last updated 11/7/13.

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