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Judging Forestry: Courts, the Constitution, Competence, and Conservation [01:26:44]
@ UC Berkeley (2007-11-13)
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From the UC Berkeley Webcast site:

Judging Forestry: Courts, the Constitution, Competence, and Conservation

Marc L. Kesselman, counsel to the USDA, speaks about the role of the courts in managing our national forests, the interconnectedness of local litigation and global conservation.

This is the annual Albright Lecture in Conservation.

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