Curriculum video on teaching environmental law in an era of climate change

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The one and a half hour video recording of the 12th Annual Professors’ Workshop, Curriculum Adaptation: Teaching Environmental Law in an Era of Climate Change and Other Global Challenges held at Pace Law on February 19, 2010 is now available! Go to www.law.pace.edu/nelmcc and click Professor’s Workshop on the left.

Attended by over 30 faculty members who accompanied their teams to the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, the Workshop discussion focused on new environmental, energy, and resources courses, clinics, experiential learning opportunities, and more.  Participants were Craig Johnston, Professor of Law, Lewis and Clark Law School; Madeline June Kass, Associate Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law; and Patrick Parenteau, Professor of Law & Director, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic, Vermont Law School.

Please watch and listen when you have a moment.  We hope that this year’s recording of the Workshop is helpful to those of you who could not be with us.

Mark your calendars for next year’s Competition, to be held February 24-26, 2011.  Save the date cards will go out in May.

Alexandra Dapolito Dunn, Esq.

Assistant Dean of Environmental Law Programs

Adjunct Professor of Law

Pace University School of Law

Center for Environmental Legal Studies

Preston Hall 214, 78 North Broadway

White Plains, NY 10603

914/422-4209 (tel); 914/424-1587 (cell); 914/422-4261 (fax)

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