From the Tulane University Law School:
Tulane Environmental Law Society is pleased to present its 2013 Summit on Environmental Law & Policy, to be held February 22-23, 2013 at Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, La. The Summit will feature concurrent, Continuing Legal Education (CLE)-accredited panels and is open to attorneys, students and university faculty, public interest organizations and the general public.
Panel Topics include:
Friday: Bayou Corne Sinkhole, BP Spill: Reformulating Risk Management, The Mississippi Gopher Frog & the ESA, SLAPP Suits, Energy Efficiency: The Smart Grid, Red River Compact: Selling Water?, Alaska’s Pebble Mine, Wildlife Corridors: The Florida Panther
Saturday: Louisiana Scenic Rivers, Fracking, Coal Terminals, Mountaintop Removal Mining, Carbon Markets & Blue Carbon, Genetically Engineered Food, Uranium Mining in the Grand Canyon, Urban Planning: Legal Solutions to Sprawl, Sea Level Rise, Consumerism v. Conservation, The Gulf Dead Zone & more!
Please visit the Tulane University Law School's website for more information on keynote speakers, registration and more.