Last Wednesday, ELS, along with Harvard Environmental Law Review and the Food Law Society,hosted Professor John Echeverria, Professor of Law at Vermont Law School & renowned takings expert, and Chelsea Lane-Miller, a research fellow at Vermont Law School, for a lunch time talk on property rights in water. Professor Echeverria and Ms. Lane-Miller presented on […]
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On March 26, Environmental Law Society members enjoyed a lunchtime talk from Lloyd MacNeil and learned about a lawyer’s role in renewable energy projects. What a treat for the 30 HLS students who were able to participate in a discussion of solar and wind project siting, from beginning to end, with such an experienced lawyer. […]
The ELS Board is thrilled to announce our Spring 2012 Environmental Law in the Supreme Court series! We hope you will join us for an exciting line-up of events!
On Monday the Environmental Law Society held its second general meeting, again with record turnout! We had an exciting announcement about our Horizon Award to be given out in the spring, and advertised for a new 1L/2L board member position to help us out for the remainder of the year. The event also included a […]
On Wednesday, November 16, ELS, ELR, and the HLS Law and Government Program co-hosted a discussion with visiting professor John Leshy. Professor Leshy spoke about his experiences in government service, including his time as Solicitor of the Department of the Interior and leading the Interior Department transition teams for incoming presidential administrations. Professor Leshy also […]
On Wednesday, November 9, ELS, along with Harvard Environmental Law Review and the Food Law Society, hosted Professor John Echeverria, Professor of Law at Vermont Law School & renowned takings expert, and Chelsea Lane-Miller, a research fellow at Vermont Law School, for a lunch time talk on property rights in water. Professor Echeverria and Ms. Lane-Miller […]
Last week Harvard ELS and the Green Living Program teamed up to screen the new, solutions-based documentary on climate change in America, Carbon Nation. Some of HLS’s environmental experts, Professor Leshy and Professor Lazarus, attended the screening and shared thoughts on the movie and answered student questions. The pizza was delicious and composting bins fully-utilized […]
On October 23, 2011, ELS hosted a wonderful hike at Middlesex Fells Reservation, along with friends from the Environmental Law Review and the Food Law Society and two intrepid dogs!
ELS will host the 26th Annual NAELS Conference on March 28-29, 2014
NAELS 2014: Environmental Justice, Where Are We Now?
Registration is now open! The conference is free for all Harvard students, faculty, and employees. Ticket prices for other students, HLS alumni, and general attendees will increase from $25 per person to $35 per person on March 1, 2014.