Spring 2018 • Law 688 • Credits: 2
Instructor: Dan Galpern
This course explores hazardous waste liability and regulation, a body of law that is moving to the forefront of environmental law as industries, governmental agencies, and citizen groups struggle with the problems of remedying contamination caused by past disposal practices and seek to prevent unsafe disposal in the future.
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