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978-0-7798-0000-1
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$340 per supplement (3-5 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
2 volumes looseleaf, filed to date with 2 months free service
3-Ring Binder
2007-05-30
Carswell

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Blakes' Canadian Endangered Species Law
By: Janice H. Walton, B.A., M.Sc., LL.B.
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$360.00
Description
This unique supplemented looseleaf service, the only one of its kind on endangered species in Canada, canvasses in detail federal, provincial and territorial statutes and regulations governing the protection of species at risk of extinction in Canada. Written by an expert environmental law practitioner, the Work begins with a discussion of the structure of endangered species law, with specific comments on the federal division of powers, and the common law principles applicable to regulatory law. The remaining chapters review the key federal laws, with particular emphasis on the Species at Risk Act, as well as the legislation of each province and territory regulating endangered species, including a detailed analysis of the provisions of each section and applicable case law. In addition, the Work cites U.S. cases which may be of assistance in interpreting the Canadian legislation and includes a detailed glossary, table of contents and analytical index.
About the Author
Janice Walton is an environmental lawyer practicing in the Vancouver office of Blake, Cassels & Graydon, LLP. Janice advises and represents clients in a variety of environmental corporate and litigation scenarios in British Columbia and Alberta. Janice is a leading expert in the federal and provincial regulation of endangered species in Canada. She has written extensively on the topic, speaks regularly at conferences in both Canada and the United States, and has been retained to advise clients regarding the implication of endangered species law on their operations. She is currently a vice-chair of the Endangered Species Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy and Resources. Janice teaches an environmental law course in the environmental studies program at Langara College, and has served on the City of Port Moody's Environmental Protection Committee. In addition to her LLB, Janice has an MSc. from Brigham Young University. Prior to entering the field of law she taught geography and history at Black Hills State University in South Dakota.