ELP’s very own Denise Antolini started this school year off busier than ever in her new position as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. David Forman, WSRSL Class of 1993 and one of the first certificate graduates of the Environmental Law Program, has been appointed to the position of Interim Director of the Environmental Law Program. Read the full post »
Join us at one of our information sessions in CR1 on Thursday, September 8 to learn more about the Environmental Law Program. Read the full post »
The National Council for Science and the Environment will be hosting the first Liberia Environmental Sustainability Forum in Washington, D.C. on September 21-22, 2001 where ELP alumna Anyaa Vohiri ’98 will be one of the renowned speakers at this forum. Read the full post »
Join us on Thursday, September 1, 2011 in Classroom 1 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm as we kick off the school year with our first colloquium of the semester! Thursday’s colloquium, featuring International Environmental Law Scholar, Jenny Grote Stoutenburg, is titled “Threatened Island States: The Impact of Sea Level Rise on Maritime Entitlements & State Continuity.” Jenny Grote Stoutenburg will present her research on the effects of sea level rise on the maritime zones and sovereign existence of low-lying small island states.
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On February 15, the Environmental Law Program sponsored a Colloquium Series discussion titled “Pågat Under Fire: A Citizen Suit Against the U.S. Department of Defense to Save an Ancient Chamorro Village,” in the Moot Court Room at the Law School. Read the full post »