The Environmental Law and Policy Program sponsors panel discussions 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, practictioners, and policy makers. Many of the panel discussions are presented in conjunction with classroom discussions as part of our extensive environmental law curriculum. The panel discussions promote debate among the panel members and provide ample time for audience questions.
| : October|
|Program: ||ELPP Panel Discussions|
|Time: ||6:30-8:00 PM|
|Location: ||Hutchins Hall 120|
Lana Pollack, U.S. Chair of the International Joint Commission;
Cameron Davis, Senior Advisor to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson; and
Andy Buchsbaum, Director of the Great Lakes Office of the National Wildlife Federation & Adjunct Professor at MLaw
will be discussing the topic "Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement 2012: Sheet Music for a Real Symphony or just Notes on Paper?"
on Monday, October 29, 2012, from 6:30-8 p.m. in Hutchins Hall 120.
This event is free and open to the public.