Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Thanks to John Bonine for the heads' up about this:
Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law and the FAMU Center for Environmental Equity and Justice invite you to attend "New Directions in Environmental Justice, An Environmental Law and Justice Symposium," Friday, November 12, 2010, 8:30 a.m. on the law school campus, 201 Beggs Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801. The symposium will feature an overview of the latest international, national, state, regional and local developments in Environmental Justice. Continuing Legal Education credits (CLE) are available.Speakers
Opening Keynote: Dr. Beverly Wright, Founder and Director of Deep South Center for Environmental Justice in New Orleans
Luncheon Keynote: Mr. Quentin Pair, Esq., U.S. Department of Justice
Closing Keynote: Prof. Maxine Burkett, University of Hawaii School of Law
The cost is $50.00 for the General Public; $35.00 for FAMU Alumni and Environmental Law Attorneys. To learn more, visit http://law.famu.edu. Or, contact Professor Randall Abate, event coordinator, at Randall.email@example.com, or at 407-254-4044.
Jamie Baker Roskie
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