From the chapter on environmental law:

Environmental Law Net. David S. Blackmar, an environmental lawyer with Murtha Cullina LLP, Boston, created this rich and wide-ranging site in order to better serve his clients, who include general counsel, in-house attorneys and corporate environmental managers. He divides the site between two sets of resources: legal information libraries and “community resources.” The libraries are really just collections of links to material elsewhere on the Web, but it is a thorough and well-organized set of links. It includes federal, state, international and tribal laws and regulations; court and agency decisions; agency documents and databases; resources for environmental compliance; materials relating to enforcement and litigation; and resources having to do with environmental aspects of real estate and corporate transactions. The community part of the site includes a daily news section, with press releases and other news compiled from various sources, and a “desk reference” of Internet tools useful to environmental lawyers. This is an ambitious and useful site.

(Excerpted from the second edition of The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web.)

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