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95 The environmental law reporter KF3985 Environmental attorneys Hathaway, Rawson, Claassen, and Hatcher who specialize in chemical regulatory practices, offer a resource for attorneys, students, government officials, and environmental managers working in the area of chemical legislation that explains the Toxic Substances Control Act and requirements and restrictions relating to chemical substances and mixtures.
Beierle is a fellow at Resources for the Future; his research on public involvement in environmental decisionmaking can be seen in the Journal of Policy and Analysis, Policy Studies Review, Environment and Planning, Society and Natural Resources, and Environmental Law Reporter.
ELR-The Environmental Law Reporter provides a variety of environmental resources, including full-text cases, statutes, regulations, agency documents, and updated analysis.