The United States, which also employs the most lawyers generally. Due to environmental laws and regulations, the economic potential in development of “brownfields” (environmentally contaminated properties) and the dangers of civil liability for environmental damages pertaining to property, nearly every large law firm in the U.S. employs one or more attorneys who specialize in handling environmental issues. The UK is probably second, but with the growth of multinational corporations and the increasing complexity of environmental issues, the practice is growing worldwide, as can be seen by the law directory website http://www.hg.org which maintains a worldwide database of environmental and natural resource lawyers.
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