The Public Trust Doctrine In Motion is a must read for everyone interested in the stewardship of the Nation’s waters, shores and aquatic habitat, as well as the millions of Americans who live, work, boat, fish, swim and otherwise enjoy the bounty and beauty of this country’s oceans, bays, rivers, lakes and streams. David C. Slade, a widely published author and lecturer on the Public Trust Doctrine, has a true talent for taking complex court cases and retelling them in plain English, bringing out not only the important legal themes of the case, but the human story behind the case as well. Although written by a U.S. Supreme Court lawyer, The Public Trust Doctrine In Motion is easily read by resource managers, real estate agents, legislators, and the common public alike. Picking up where the 1997 edition of “Putting the Public Trust Doctrine To Work” left off, The Public Trust Doctrine In Motion reviews the 284 state and federal court cases involving the Public Trust Doctrine from 1997 to the present. For anyone who’s dealt with the Public Trust Doctrine in the past, and for anyone living, working or playing on the nations waters, The Public Trust Doctrine In Motion should be required reading!
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