The Environmental Law Society of Mitchell Hamline School of Law is organized for the following purposes:
- To provide opportunities for members of the Mitchell Hamline community to learn about environmental law and policy.
- To connect with and learn from agencies, organizations, institutions, and legal professionals engaged in the practice and development of environmental law.
- To serve as a resource for the development of legal careers in environmental law.
- To serve as a social organization open to all parties interested in exploring legal, political, economic, and cultural perspectives related to the environment.
- To enhance the experience of students interested in environmental law.
MSBA ENRE Representative
Professor Mehmet Konar-Steenberg
Please email Karee at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss opportunities or share an opportunity!
PAST EVENT INFORMATION
ELS Student Articles Presentation
ELS and Mitchell Hamline Law Review members Michael Warkel and Kevin Swanberg share their soon to be published articles.
- Michael Warkel – Major Questions Impede Major Progress—Rebuking the Major Questions Doctrine and West Virginia v. EPA in Minnesota
- Kevin Swanberg –No Alternative: The Failure of the Minnesota Environmental Policy Act to Consider Project Alternatives and Proposed Remedies
NALSA/ELS Co-Sponsored Event October 24, 2022
A Conversation on Environmental and Native Law Intersections: Treatment as a State Under the Clean Water Act and Sackett v. ERP.
Careers in Environmental Law Panel
Thank you to all who came to our Careers in Environmental Law Panel on October 3, 2022.
Environmental Law Society Professional Networking Event
Held on Wednesday, November 18, 2020
3rd Annual Conference on Energy and the Environment
Held at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Power Point Presentations
- Keynote PowerPoint slideshow
- Air Panel-Kaplan PowerPoint slideshow
- Air Panel-Bumpers PDF
- Air Panel-Johnson PDF
- Case Updates Panel-Guerrero PDF
2nd Annual Carbon Management and the Law Conference:
Climate Change Issues for 2011
Held at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Thursday, February 10, 2011
PowerPoint Presentations PDF