Harvard Environmental Law Review: Environmental Justice Symposium

Date: 

Thursday, April 15, 2021, 6:30pm to 9:00pm

Location: 

Zoom

Join the Harvard Environmental Law Review for a conversation on environmental justice with experts on community lawyering, air pollution, urban agriculture, Indian law, climate change, and more. The event will celebrate the publication of the most recent issue of the Harvard Environmental Law Review, devoted completely to the topic of environmental justice.

Join the Harvard Environmental Law Review for a conversation on environmental justice with experts on community lawyering, air pollution, urban agriculture, Indian law, climate change, and more. The event will celebrate the publication of the most recent issue of the Harvard Environmental Law Review, devoted completely to the topic of environmental justice.

The journal has dedicated this year's spring issue to a Symposium on Environmental Justice. The issue includes the following pieces, and many of the authors will be present to discuss their articles:

ROBERT BULLARD, Texas Southern University
Introduction

ELIZABETH KRONK-WARNER, University of Utah College of Law
HEATHER TANANA, University of Utah College of Law
Indian Country Post-McGirt: Implications for Traditional Energy Development and Beyond

PENELOPE STEIN, Harvard Law School Project on Disability
MICHAEL STEIN, Harvard Law School Project on Disability
Disability-Inclusive Climate Justice

ANTHONY MOFFA, University of Maine School of Law
Environmental Indifference

BRENDA MALLORY, Southern Environmental Law Center (former)
DAVID NEAL, Southern Environmental Law Center
Practicing on Uneven Ground: Raising Environmental Justice Claims Under Race Neutral Laws

MARIANNE ENGELMAN LADO, Vermont Law School (former)
KEN RUMELT, Vermont Law School
Pipeline Struggles: Case Studies in Ground Up Lawyering

ETIENNE TOUSSAINT, University of the District of Columbia School of Law
Black Urban Ecologies and Structural Extermination

Register for the event in advance. Visit the event website for more information. 

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