All legal research should start with an analysis of the legal issues. Read your record to find out:
Once you have read your record:
The University of Virginia Library has created a very useful set of links to federal agency administrative decisions, directives, and FOIA electronic reading rooms which can be very useful in locating agency information that does not appear in the Federal Register or the C.F.R.
Environmental Law Reporter from the Environmental Law Institute is a web-based collection of materials about the environment, health and safety, toxic torts, natural resources, and land use. It includes state, national, and international news. (BC Law School Access)
The EPA provides information about the laws it administers including sumaries of the major statutes enforced byt the EPA, inforamtion about regulations promulgated under those statutes, agency guidance documents, and links to related state resources.
Endangered Species & Wetlands Report (ESWR) covers the Endangered Species Act, and wetlands and private property rights issues. Includes federal court reports, the Fish and Wildlife Service's listing and critical habitat decisions under the ESA, wetlands regulation by the Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency, and takings decisions from the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and Federal Circuit Court of Appeals (2000-present). (BC Law School Access)
Environment & Energy Publishing’s services – a source of objective, timely, and comprehensive information for professionals who track environment and energy policy news. (Access is BC-wide.)