Climate Change: In the Community & the CourtroomApril 4 & 5 2008
Tulane Law School's 13th Annual Environmental Conference on Law, Science, & the Public Interest will take place on April 4-5, 2008. The overarching theme this year is “Climate Change: In the Community and the Courtroom“ which will feature discussions given by an all-star lineup of attorneys, professors, scientists, activists, and industry representatives. Keynoting the Conference will be world-famous ethnobotanist, Dr. Mark Plotkin; President of The Apollo Alliance, Jerome Ringo; and author of “The Secret History of the War on Cancer,“ Dr. Devra Davis. The Conference will also feature a luncheon with a book signing by Dr. Davis, evening receptions with live music, and a play about global warming written by a 3L at Tulane.
Dr. Mark Plotkin, world famous ethnobotanist and founder of the Amazon Conservation Team Dr. Devra Davis , author of “When Smoke Ran Like Water“ and “The Secret History of the War on Cancer“ Jerome Ringo , President of Apollo Alliance and Former Chair of the National Wildlife Federation
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CLE Credit Offered for all Attorneys
Location: Tulane Law School 6329 Freret St., New Orleans, LA 70118For more information: contact Conference Chair Dante DiPasquale at firstname.lastname@example.org