Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions
 

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1973

Abstract

In one of his last opinions, Mr. Justice Harlan commented that interstate pollution cases were so complex that they might well be beyond the Supreme Court's power to adjudicate. Such intimations, coming at a time when many claim the American court system is taxed to its capacity and when environmental litigation is allegedly skyrocketing, prompt the question of whether we need a new environmental court to handle cases in this specialized field.

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