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Summer 2017 Course Information
Environmental Law

Course Description
Introduction to regulatory theory, externalities and market failures, definition of key regulations affecting agribusiness, overview of local government law, and delineation of environmental laws relating to agriculture. Current environmental issues are related to statutory, administrative, and regulatory authorities.
Contacts
Instructor

Terrence Centner
Office: 706-542-0756
tcentner@uga.edu

Campus Coordinator

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Disability Support Services

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Textbooks

Environmental Law and the Protection of People (revised first edition, Cognella Inc. 2016)
Terence J. Centner


Course Access
 
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Exam Proctor

This course requires an exam proctor. Consult the campus coordinator at the teaching university for proctor guidelines.

Synchronous Components

This course does not include synchronous components.


Comments

Students must be available for 5 Tuesdays for synchronous (live) classes/exams 4:30-6:30 pm, EDST. Two required synchronous classes at 5 pm on Tuesdays 5/9, 5/23. Three required online exams at 5 pm on Tuesdays 6/6, 6/27, 7/25.

Faculty
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