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In the fall of 1970, the Vietnam War was in full swing, campuses across the nation were still reeling from the May shooting of four student protesters at Kent State University and the world had celebrated its first Earth Day. And in New York, a group of young lawyers turned a three-room office in the New York City Bar Association Building on 44th Street in midtown Manhattan into the nation's first environmental law firm.

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