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DR. Heidi Gorovitz Robertson Contributes To Book Chapter In The Environmental Law Institute's Law Of Environmental Protection

Dr. Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, C|M|LAW's Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, Professor of Environmental Studies at the Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs, and Libra Foundation Visiting Professor at the University of Maine School of Law, authored Section E., Municipal Regulation, § 29:69 through § 29:85 in VI. State and Local Government Regulation in the new Chapter 29, Oil and Gas, in The Environmental Law Institute's Law of Environmental Protection. The chapter discusses the regulation of the oil and gas industry under federal, state, tribal, and local law, including intersections with the major environmental statutes.

 Law of Environmental Protection has served private, public, nonprofit, and academic practitioners, scholars, educators, students, and more as an invaluable resource on environmental law in the United States. Written by highly experienced attorneys, environmental program administrators, and legal scholars, the treatise features in-depth explanations and breakdowns of key pollution prevention statutes, an examination of EPA review programs and other key procedural matters involving the EPA, and more.

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