This one day environmental law symposium will bring together legal scholars, practitioners, and students to discuss and analyze new rules for jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act. Academic papers will be published in Lewis & Clark’s Environmental Law journal.
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THE HONORABLE MILAN D. SMITH, JR., of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will deliver the 3rd Annual James L. Huffman lecture in honor of the Western Resources Legal Center on November 4, 2015 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Lewis & Clark Law School.
This Environment Across Boundaries Symposium panel with a diverse selection of scholars in disciplines ranging from law to geology will investigate how the Columbia River Gorge has come to be a large part of the Pacific NW’s history. Come explore this special place through religious, political, and historical lenses.
This Environmental Across Boundaries Symposium session presents a discussion of current conceptions of sustainability with respect to Lewis and Clark’s current efforts. It will highlight questions, problems, and explore what sustainability means in time and space through resilience theory and global connections.
This is an ENVX Symposium workshop where participants will produce their own conclusions on Lewis & Clark sustainability by creating radar charts that will visually show the strengths and weaknesses in STARS’ official assessment of campus sustainability at LC.
Interested in a free and informational trip to the Columbia River Gorge? Join Environment Across Boundaries symposium members and a park ranger for a day of light trail maintenance and hiking on Saturday, October 17 at Beacon Rock State Park. Sign up at http://bit.ly/1MYpWUD. Space is limited!
Enjoy alumni band Renegade Stringband, savor hors d’oeuvres from Bon Appetit’s sustainable catering, and learn why Lewis & Clark is at the forefront of pioneering nationwide sustainability efforts.
It is our pleasure to invite you to the Festival of Scholars, an opportunity for student-scholars and artists to present their research and art, while also learning from one another.
The annual Environmental Law symposium at Lewis & Clark in 2015 will focus on Developments in the Public Trust and will be dedicated to the memory of Joe Sax and will honor the contributions of Hap Dunning. Registration is now CLOSED.Participating academics will include Richard Lazarus, Mary Wood, Hap Dunning, Gerald Torres, John Dernbach, Robin Craig, Alexandra Klass, Richard Frank, Dan Farber, Jim Huffman, Michael Blumm, Erin Ryan, and others.