This is a two volume set with a 2011 supplement. Environmental Law researchers should be sure to review Chapter 31 (Environmental Considerations) and Chapter 32 (Trees and Forests); however, other chapters may address other aspects of environmental law issues in Michigan.
This two volume set is no longer in print; however, researchers may find it helpful to look at historical issues in Michigan Environmental Law. For more current materials, please see the link to the Michigan Environmental Law Deskbook in the "Helpful Links" section of this page.
This is a free service of the State Bar of Michigan Environmental Law Section. The following chapters are currently available from the website: Water Pollution; Solid Waste; Hazardous Waste; Transactions; Audits; Wetlands; Part 201 (Hazardous Substance Regulation); Takings; Common Law; Michigan Environmental Protection Act; ADR; and Oil and Gas.
Researchers will find helpful links and information from the Environmental Section of the State Bar of Michigan, which includes links to the Michigan Environmental Law Journal and the Michigan Environmental Law Deskbook.
Stay current in Michigan Environmental Law with the Michigan Environmental Law Journal, published through the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan. The section publishes the journal approximately quarterly.
Available on reserve. Chapters include Fundamental Concepts of Administrative Law; Delegation of Powers; Agency Access to Information; Rules and Rulemaking; Informal Adjudication and Due Process; Formal Adjudication and Contested Cases; Licensing Research References; Method and Court of Judicial Review of Agency Action; Scope of Judicial Review; and Access to Agency Information.
Looseleaf materials combine statutes, regulations, cases, rulings, and commentaries into a single, authoritative source.
Keep current on state issues (Michigan and beyond) with the State Environment Daily publication in our BNA subscription databases. Content can be limited to specific states depending on the researcher's needs.