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Big Law Takes on a Major SCOTUS Environmental Challenge
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Big Law Takes on a Major SCOTUS Environmental Challenge

Major law firms have shared their knowledge on both sides in what could be the most important environmental case before the U.S Supreme Court in decades.

In West Virginia v. Environmental Protection AgencyIn 18 of the 43 briefs filed, petitioners, respondents, and friends-of the-court were represented by major law firms primarily from Washington, D.C. The remaining counsel are from state attorneys general, legal organizations, environmental groups, law school environmental clinics, and law school Supreme Court clinics.

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