The Canadian Association of Environmental Law Societies (CAELS) is an exciting new networking project connecting environmental law students across the country. CAELS will allow law students to interact with their peers and professors, practitioners and environmental professionals.
Billed as the world’s premier annual environmental law event, the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) featured more than 120 speakers and was attended by a diverse group of legal professionals, policy-makers, academics, students, activists, community groups and concerned citizens from more than 50 nations. keep reading
On March 5, 2013 at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Faculty of Law, the UBC Environmental Law Group hosted a Careers in Environmental Law panel featuring four guest speakers representing a variety of sectors, as well as a delicious catered vegan lunch! Professor Ben Richardson keep reading
19 au 21 Mars 2013, Montreal Contenu et conférenciers Cette journée de formation unique réunit des avocats et chercheurs spécialisés pour discuter de l’actualité et de l’avenir du droit de l’environnement au Québec. La journée de formation abordera les quatre thématiques suivantes : Le rôle des municipalités dans la gestion de l’environnement Le fonctionnement keep reading
With a winning proposal in hand Stefanie Bowles took a leave from her Government of Canada job with the Policy Research Initiative, and moved to Washington DC to study Sustainable Consumption and Production in situ at the U.S. EPA’s National Office of Environmental Innovation and keep reading
In addition to educating the law student body about issues in environmental law and encouraging students to consider a career in the field, the University of Alberta Environmental Law Students' Association is dedicated to making the law faculty more environmentally sustainable. We are currently designing an keep reading