ELP Welcomes Students Back to Campus

On Tuesday, September 20, ELP faculty and staff hosted a welcome BBQ for law students interested in environmental and energy law. Professor Jody Freeman provided an overview of the opportunities for students to get involved on campus.

Get involved in the Environmental Law Clinic
Professor Wendy Jacobs introduced students to the Emmett Environmental Law Clinic’s broad range of work. In addition to enrolling in the clinic for a semester or more, students can take on small projects throughout the year.

Work on a policy project
Environmental Policy Initiative Director Kate Konschnik reviewed opportunities for students to work as research assistants or through independent study in a range of cutting-edge policy areas.

Participate in student groups
Environmental Law Society and Environmental Law Review encourage students to get involved this semester.

Take environmental courses
Don’t miss the wide range of environmental law related course offerings at HLS this year, spanning energy law, food law, natural resources, animal law, and more.

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