Panel Discussions & Special Events
The Environmental Law and Policy Program sponsors panel discussions and special events throughout the year on current issues in environmental law with a particular emphasis on issues affecting the Great Lakes, which are the world's largest freshwater system. The panel discussions are moderated by members of Michigan's distinguished environmental law faculty and include presentations by academics, practitioners, and policy makers. Many of the events and panels are presented in conjunction with classroom discussions as part of our extensive environmental law curriculum.
The Environmental Law and Policy Program will begin its 2017-18 Lecture Series with a first-ever event: a panel discussion featuring the EPA General Counsels from the Clinton, Bush, and Obama Administrations. Please join us as we welcome Jonathan Cannon (Clinton), Roger Martella (Bush), and Avi Garbow (Obama) to talk about their tenures as the top attorney at EPA and to address the major environmental challenges of the last 25 years and the fate of environmental protection efforts in the Trump administration. Moderated by Professor David M. Uhlmann.
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