Could You Already Be Practicing Environmental Law?

Ashley Harvey
Land use law, often described as straddling law and politics, is a practice area where interests and professions collide.

Land use law, often described as straddling law and politics, is a practice area where interests and professions collide.

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Environmental law is expansive and has considerable interplay with many different disciplines and practice areas, and most lawyers will come across environmental law issues at some point in their practice. There is perhaps no other area of law that uses an attorney’s educational background, work experience, and interests more than environment law. It is often an attractive field for new lawyers because it allows them to bring all of their professional and interdisciplinary skills to the table.

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