The study of water pollution control regulation is a study of statutes and their administration. This casebook explores water pollution and the federal statute chiefly designed to control it, the Clean Water Act, and examines how water pollution is addressed, first by the common law and then by statute. An introduction provides the student with an understanding of what constitutes water pollution, where it originates, and how it can be controlled. These materials were originally designed for the introductory course in environmental regulation/environmental law at Pace Law School. A Teachers Manual includes exercises that teach students advanced legal research, familiarity with administrative law mechanisms, and the ability to integrate what they have learned about the Clean Water Act.
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Environmental Law Institute
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Author Biography - Ann Powers
Jeffrey G. Miller is vice dean for academic affairs and professor of law at Pace Law School. He serves on the board of directors of the Pace Environmental Law Clinic. Nancy Long was an associate professor at Pace Law School. In private practice, she represented corporate, individual, and public interest clients on environmental and toxic tort matters. Ann Powers is a faculty member of the Center for Environmental Legal Studies, where her teaching and scholarship focus on water quality, wetland protection, water pollution trading programs, and coastal and ocean issues.