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The changing environmental law practice

In high school, James Brusslan's French teacher asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up.He didn't know how to say in French that he wanted to become an environmental law lawyer - but that was his goal."There weren't a lot of environmental lawyers that existed at that time," said Brusslan, now head of the environmental law service group at Levenfeld Pearlstein. "But from early on I …

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