I’m pleased to announce that Chapter 25A., “California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA),” of Miller & Starr, California Real Estate 3d (the “Book”), revised and updated as of October 2014 by this blog’s author, has now been published by Thomson Reuters.  The revised CEQA chapter, which has been extensively rewritten, expanded, and updated with recent authorities, is currently available online through www.next.westlaw.com.  Print versions will be shipped to hard copy subscribers of the Book shortly.

The task of authoring a revised and up-to-date CEQA chapter, which I have pursued over the course of the past year, has been challenging; it is gratifying now to see its culmination in published form.  I sincerely hope the work proves to be of assistance to the bench, bar and others—including readers of this blog—who labor in the field of CEQA.

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