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Preview of a New Book that Provides Expansive Exploration of the Parallels and Synergies between Animal Law and Environmental Law

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal , Fall 2020, Vol. 38, No. 1, Issue 108 [ view full issue ]. Cite: 38 Mich Env Law J 1 (2020) by Randall S. Abate [1] , Professor, Monmouth University Published in July, the second edition of What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental...


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Howling at the Man: FOIA as a Tool for Truth in Managing a Controversial Species

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal , Fall 2020, Vol. 38, No. 1, Issue 108 [ view full issue ]. Cite: 38 Mich Env Law J 1 (2020) by Rebecca Millican, Partner, Olson, Bzdok, & Howard [1] I signed up for animal law as a 3L in my last quarter of law school without much...


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Viewpoint: Rules by Another Name: EGLE’s Use of the CAFO General Permit Process to Impose Farm Standards Outside of the Administrative Procedures Act

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal , Fall 2020, Vol. 38, No. 1, Issue 108 [ view full issue ]. Cite: 38 Mich Env Law J 1 (2020) by Michael J. Pattwell & Zachary C. Larsen [1] , Clark Hill PLC [2] Few areas of environmental law apply a more comprehensive set of...


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Viewpoint: Michigan’s New Lead and Copper Rules and the Dilemma for Municipal Water Suppliers

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal , Summer 2019, Vol. 37, No. 1, Issue 106 [ view full issue ]. Cite: 37 Mich Env Law J 1 (2019) by Steven Chester, Senior Counsel, Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone PLC On December 11, 2018, the Great Lakes Water Authority (“GLWA”),...


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Viewpoint: Assessing Michigan’s Response to the Flint Water Crisis: The Lead and Copper Rule and Executive Directive 2018-3

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal , Fall 2018, Vol. 36, No. 2, Issue 105 [ view full issue ]. Cite: 36 Mich Env Law J 2 (2018) by Nick Leonard, Executive Director, The Great Lakes Environmental Law Center [1] The Flint Water Crisis represents one of the most serious...


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Viewpoint: Are Mass Water Shut-Offs a Strategy to Purge Detroit’s Poor?

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal , Spring 2018, Vol. 36, No. 1, Issue 104 [ view full issue ]. Cite: 36 Mich Env Law J 1 (2018) by Mark Fancher, Staff Attorney, The Racial Justice Project of the American Civil Liberties Union [1] A few years ago, under the heroic...