Environmental Law Society

Events

Our calendar of events is available on our public Google calendar.

This page is currently under construction... check back soon for 2012-2013 Upcoming Events!


See calendar above for full listing.

  1. Faculty Mixer
    Monday, September 26, 2011, 4-6pm, Vanderbilt Hall, Snow Dining Room
    An opportunity to mingle with environmental and land use faculty, as well as new students. Hosted by the Guarini Center on Environmental and Land Use Law.

  2. Finding Out About Fracking in New York
    Thursday, October 20, 2011, 6:30pm, Vanderbilt Hall 214
    As the gas industry pours millions of dollars into radio and TV ads and the debate over gas drilling by means of hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," ramps up, concerned New Yorkers need to arm themselves with facts. Join Catskill Mountainkeeper's Wes Gillingham, Earthjustice's Bridget Lee, Environmental Advocates of New York's David Gahl, and Natural Resources Defense Council's Eric Goldstein for a panel discussion about fracking. Find out what's happening on the ground, in the State Legislature, and in the courts, and learn what steps you can take to speak up for the health and safety of New York's waters and our communities. Organized in collaboration with Environmental Advocates of New York.
  3. Panel on Factory Farming
    Tuesday, October 25, 2011, 5:30pm, Vanderbilt Hall, Greenberg Lounge
    A look at legal responses to factory farming. This panel features an incredible line-up:  Mark Bittman from the New York Times, Jonathan Lovvorn from the Humane Society of the United States, Jen Sorenson from the Natural Resources Defense Council, Professor David Wolfson and Nebraska rancher Kevin Fulton. Dean Richard Revesz will moderate. A Student Animal Legal Defense Fund event cosponsored by ELS. Please RSVP here.
  4. Legal Projects
    Ongoing
    Great opportunities to get involved, do some work for real people and gain research experience. See Legal Projects for more details.

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