N.J. Recovers Record $29.9M For Environmental Cleanups

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Litigation by the state Division of Law brought in $29.9 million for toxic-site cleanups in the past fiscal year, the most since recoveries began to be tracked in 1992.

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  • Linda S.

    Sorry, that's interested and internship

  • Linda S.

    Great work by New Jerseys environmental attorneys! I am a second year paralegal student and very intersted in environmental law. I'd love to do an intenship in this area.

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