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Friday, January 28, 2011

AALS Poster Project: Elizabeth Burleson's Energy Innovation: International Law and the UN

Elizabeth Burleson presented the poster Energy Innovation: International Law and the UN (Download Burleson Poster):

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Professor Burleson is a professor at the University of South Dakota School of Law, where she has taught since 2007. She teaches classes such as Public International Law, Energy Law, United Nations Law, International Environmental Law, International Law and China, Property Law, Water Law, and Environmental Law. She has published articles such as:

-Innovation Cooperation: Energy Biosciences and Law, (forthcoming University of Illinois Law Review);

-China in Context: Energy, Water, and Climate Cooperation, 56 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 950 (2010); and

-International Human Rights Law and Co-Parent Adoption, (forthcoming, Loyola Law Review)

She has also written reports for the United Nations, delivered presentations at United Nations conferences, and directed and produced films including:

(1) “Copenhagen Climate Change Consensus Building,” a documentary film on a cross-section of perspectives at the Copenhagen Conference; (2) "Legal Equality for Same Gender Couples" explaining the rights and responsibilities of civil marriage; (3) “Be the Change that You Wish to See” featuring grassroots environmental initiatives around the world; and (4) “Making Connections” a Spanish documentary on NAFTA, California's 1994 Proposition 187, and the conflict in Chiapas.

-CM

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