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Back to the Future for Lead Abatement? Drawing on lessons of the past to give condors and other wildlife a future

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Back to the Future for Lead Abatement? Drawing on lessons of the past to give condors and other wildlife a future

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Professor Daniel J. Rohlf, of Lewis & Clark Law School, presented a working draft of his work Back to the Future for Lead Abatement? Drawing on lessons of the past to give condors and other wildlife a future. This work examines how advocates for eliminating lead are again using political, administrative, and judicial means to attack continued uses of lead in hunting and fishing.

Presenter

From Lewis & Clark Law School, "Professor Dan Rohlf teaches Wildlife Law, Law, Science, and the Environment Seminar, Sustainability in Law and Business, and other courses in the law school’s environmental and natural resources program. He also works with the law school’s environmental LL.M. program, teaching the Environmental Law LL.M. Seminar. He has been at the law school since 1988."

Workshop Date

2-17-2016

Keywords

FIU Law, FIU Law Faculty Workshop Series, Daniel J. Rohlf, wildlife's future

Disciplines

Environmental Law | Law

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http://web.archive.org/web/20160218135751/http://law.lclark.edu/live/profiles/285-dan-rohlf

Back to the Future for Lead Abatement? Drawing on lessons of the past to give condors and other wildlife a future

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