BOOK REVIEW: BUILDING YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL LAW COLLECTION WITH SOLANO PRESS BOOKS
Written by Sara Dudley1
The Environmental Law News Book Review is a recurring column that highlights important and interesting books on environmental law, science and policy. This review focuses on two practice guides published by Solano Press Books: Environmental Law and Policy: A Practical Guide, 2nd Edition (2017) by Albert I. Herson and Gary A. Lucks and Natural Resource Regulation in California: A Practical Guide to Agency Permitting and Procedures, 1st Edition (2019) by Clark Morrison and Scott B. Birkey.
SOLANO PRESS BOOKS
As a former law librarian, I know the value of shopping by publisher when you practice in a specialized area of the law. Solano Press Books is such a publisher. Founded in 1985 by Warren Jones, a California city planning consultant, Solano Press Books exclusively publishes treatises on California environmental law, land use, public law, permitting and planning.