Connecticut Environmental Lawyer Gave Up Practice To Protect African Animals

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Samuel Mauldin Chambliss was a successful lawyer in Ridgefield. Some even describe him as one of the first attorneys in Connecticut to focus on environmental law as a practice area. In the early 1970s, he helped write legislation that created the local Inland Wetland Boards that now function statewide.

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