The Canadian Association of Environmental Law Associations (CAELS) is a national collection of law students dedicated to addressing topical issues in environmental law. It invites members of the legal and environmental community to attend a two-day conference in our nation’s capital to discuss the role of law in promoting environmental protection, and how we can best use the law to accomplish that goal. This year’s conference is about Making Waves; how we can change Canada’s laws to promote environmental protection.
Elizabeth will participate in the Friday evening keynote panel debate with Linda Duncan, M.P, Stephen Hazell of Nature Canada, and Professor Martin Olszynski from the University of Calgary.
This event is open to registered participants only. You may register here.
When: Full conference runs February 24th and 25th. Panel is on Friday, February 25th 6:30PM
Where: Desmarais Building Room 4101, University of Ottawa, 55 Laurier Ave W, Ottawa, ON