Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Jamie Roskie mentioned this event once before, but since it is about to take place I thought I'd post a reminder. The place to be on Friday, Feb. 26, is in Houston at the UH Law School's sixth annual Environmental & Engergy Law & Policy Journal symposium: Climate Change, Water, & Adaptive Law.
Prof. Tony Arnold (Louisville; visiting at UH) has assembled an excellent lineup of speakers, including law profs Robin Kundis Craig (Florida State), Noah Hall (Wayne State), A. Dan Tarlock (Chicago-Kent), and Elizabeth Burleson (South Dakota), plus a number of other points of view from experienced practitioners, scientists, and politicians. More info at the link above. It looks like an interesting event!
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