1145 pages, illustrations
By using specific examples from locations across the country, authors Klein, Cheever, and Birdsong evoke the intensity of debate that arises out of disputes over natural resources. Creating context through a place-based approach, the authors illuminate policy and breathe life into statutory interpretation. Students from every part of the country will find something to relate to their own experience in the panoply of issues located in this casebook.
Natural Resources Law: A Place-Based Book of Cases and Problems features
- broad national coverage that extends beyond traditional public lands topics
- illustrative examples that involve specific locations, often including a photo or map to create context
- interesting problems in each chapter, with rich fact patterns, that raise contemporary policy issues
- discriminating case selection that includes a mix of landmark and recent decisions
- relevant statutory and regulatory excerpts begin every chapter, eliminating the need for a statutory supplement
- consistent emphasis on primary sources throughout the text
- adaptable and teachable organization – readings are grouped into assignment-sized segments
- extensive teaching support
- detailed Teacher's Manual updates and PowerPoint presentations (featuring visual aids such as maps, photos, and statutory language) on the author website: http://naturalresources.law.ufl.edu
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