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The Statutory, Case and Administrative Law: Federal and California research guide lists general resources for federal and California statutory, case and administrative law including U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) and U.S. Congress. The following specific compilations focus on environmental or natural resources law:
Databases can be used to find popular, scholarly, and professional legal literature published in journals, reviews, magazines, conference proceedings, government documents, and other types of publications.
In addition to the following sources see Current Legislation and Policy for general sources that also track environmental/natural resource legislation and policy and Environmental Science Current Awareness/News for related news coverage.
The websites of environmental organizations often track legislation and policy developments in their area of interest.
California environmental organizations often track legislation in their area of interest. See California Environment Information Sources--Directories to identify organizations of interest.
California - California Environmental Law (CalEPA)
In addition to the specific guides above many of the General Legal Internet Guides include sections on environmental and natural resources law.
This page lists legal resources concerning general environmental and natural resources law that are available in the HSU Library or on the Internet.
Regarding specific environmental and natural resources law you can consult other research guide sources as follows
Link your Google Scholar results to HSU and see which articles you have access to as an HSU student. Under Google Scholar settings, set "Library Links" to include Humboldt State University! View this short video for demonstration on how to do this.
Print and/or online fulltext journals and law reviews are available through the HSU Library. Check the Journal and Newspaper Finder for exact holdings. The online fulltext for many of these titles is available in Westlaw.