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Networking Event: Careers and Partnership Opportunities in Global Environmental Law and Governance

Wednesday, 3rd May 2017, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Registration from 9:30 am

Venue: The Technology and Innovation Centre

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How are international, European and UK institutions and actors addressing the challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss, sustainable agriculture and fisheries through law and governance? Which cutting-edge research questions are they looking into?

This will be an interactive and informal event where participants will share their current projects in environmental law and governance at the international, EU and national levels; explore areas of common interest and potential ideas for future collaborations, as well as provide tips to students on career prospects and jobs in the area of environmental law and governance. There will also be the chance to hear from PhD students who have undertaken internships or collaborative studentships with external organisations.

The event will close with a networking lunch. Come along for the opportunity to meet and network with colleagues from: The European Parliament, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, European Investment Bank; Milieu Ltd; Scottish Government; Clinton Foundation; European Commission; University of Bremen Centre for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM); Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies - Pisa, Italy; Stockholm Environment Institute; IISD Earth Negotiations Bulletin; and consultancies. 

 This event is part of the 2017 Festival of Environmental Law and Governance. 


Who should attend?

  • Current LLM and undergraduate students of global environmental law and governance.
  • PhD students, supervisors and external partners seeking collaborative opportunities in relation to environmental law and governance
  • Researchers in global environmenttal law and governance

Benefits of attending

  • Network with experts working in the field.
  • Learn about cutting-edge research and activities in environmental law and governance.
  • Explore potential academic-practitioner collaborations.

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Contact

Dr Elisa Moregera
Professor of Environmental Law
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Dr Francesco Sindico
Reader in International Environmental Law
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Miranda Geelhoed
PhD Researcher and Development Officer
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Please note that there will be a photographer at the event and some video footage may be taken. Images and footage will be used for internal publications, websites, and promotion of similar events in the future.


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