Disasters and the Law: Katrina and Beyond
Recent hurricanes and other natural disasters demonstrate serious gaps in the legal system and its ability to respond to events of such magnitude. Disasters and the Law: Katrina and Beyond studies disaster response, prevention, and mitigation strategies by integrating knowledge and experience from urban planning, bankruptcy law, and wetlands law.
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