Researching environmental law often requires searching much more than just the law. Environmental law is a complex mix of federal, state and local laws, regulations, policy choices, science, and health concerns. It is a dynamic area of the law subject to rapid changes that require researchers and practitioners to remain aware of current developments. The Environmental Law Research Guide describes a wide range of environmental law resources including primary and secondary legal materials, as well as resources for science research and policy literature.
Several databases (all law school only) provide collections of secondary sources, statutes, regulations, cases, and other legal materials on environmental law:
The law library has purchased two guides to environmental law research:
The law library has also created three research guides that may be useful for environmental law researchers: