Environmental Law

November 2005, Volume 84, No. 11

A Learned Profession - A Compassionate Profession
by Thomas W. Cranmer

Time to Learn a New Dance or Two
by John T. Berry

Finding Environmental Law on the Web
by Barbara Bonge

Style Guidelines for a Set of Local Rules
by Lee Dembart

Section Briefs


Due Diligence Issues for Environmental Counsel: Acquisitions After Sarbanes-Oxley
by Mark R. High

Everything Old is New Again: Water Resource Protection in the 21st Century
by Scott D. Hubbard

The Shifting Sands of "Citizen Suit" Standing After Cleveland Cliffs
by Joseph E. Quandt and Gina A. Bozzer and Jeffrey K. Haynes

Condemnation as a Tool of Brownfield Redevelopment After Hathcock
by Jaclyn Shoshana Levine and Polly A. Synk

Where is the Water's Edge?
by R. Craig Hupp


They're Playing a Tango: Address at the State Bar of Michigan Annual Meeting Luncheon, September 22, 2005
by John W. Reed

Sharon J. Wilson: 49th President of the Michigan Lawyers' Auxiliary



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