The Environmental and Energy Society of Tulane University Law School proudly hosts the 23rd annual Summit to bring together professionals and the public on current and pressing environmental and legal policy issues. This year, the conference will include 20 panels on a wide range of environmental issues with nearly 70 speakers and moderators participating in the event. Our local, national, and international speakers represent strong voices from business, legal, and scientific backgrounds. We aim to include many different voices of the community to participate in a thoughtful discussion about what the current environmental issues are and how they should best be addressed. In past years, the Summit has won the American Bar Association’s award for the Law Student Environment, Energy, and Resources Program of the Year.
The Summit is free and open to the public, but completely student run and fundraised. Around 50 Tulane Law students, with the help of faculty advisors Professor Mark Davis and Professor Oliver Houck (and countless others), come together each year to put on what we hope is an informative and fun weekend!
Attorneys can receive their entire year’s requirements of CLE credit for attending the event. If you wish to register to attend or to donate to the Summit, please click on the relevant links above.