The Environment, Energy and Natural Resources (EENR) Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association has published its first-ever “deskbook” relating to the practice of environmental law in the state. The aim was to create a tome that would aid all practitioners and would-be practitioners in environmental law as to the specifics of practice in each sub-area, including Agriculture, Air, Coastal Issues, Energy, Mining, Waste and Water. Though other sections of the Bar Association have published deskbooks over the years, the EENR Section has never done so before. Law Offices of F. Bryan Brice, Jr., attorney Cathy Cralle Jones, co-authored with managing editor, Grady L. Shields the book’s chapter on Waste Regulation in North Carolina; Rob Gelblum, Of Counsel to the firm, wrote the Brownfields chapter. The EENR Section has every hope that this work will remain a valuable resource for North Carolina attorneys for years to come. Former NCDENR Secretary, Bill Ross, writes in the book’s foreword: “The desk manual is a great example of the collaboration, innovation and leadership by our section that will build the understanding and effective working relationships that North Carolina and our various clients will need to respond to the challenges we face today.”


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