WHAT: The Sixth Annual Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environrmental Law will be given by the esteemed president and provost of University College London. The lecture will be entitled “Reconciling Science and Public Engagement Environmental Policy: Making: European Attitudes to Release Genetically Modified Organisms.”
WHEN: Thursday November 17, 2005.
WHERE: Pace Law School, Moot Court Room, 78 North Broadway, White Plains, New York.
WHO: Keynote speaker is Professor Malcolm Grant the president and provost of University College London. He was previously Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University and a Fellow of Clare College. UCL was founded in 1826, originally as the University of London, and was the first university to be founded in England after Oxford and Cambridge. He is an internationally acknowledged specialist in environmental and planning law and has written several books and papers, including as editor since 1981 of the Encyclopedia of Planning Law and Practice, and consulting editor of the Encyclopedia of Environmental Law.
Founded in 1976, Pace Law School is a New York Law School with a suburban campus in White Plains, N.Y., twenty miles north of New York City. Part of Pace University, the school offers the JD program for full-time and part-time day and evening students. Its postgraduate program includes the LLM and SJD degrees in Environmental Law and an LLM in Comparative Legal Studies. Pace has one of the nation’s top-rated Environmental Law programs and its Clinical Education program also is nationally ranked, offering clinics in domestic violence prosecution, environmental law, securities arbitration, criminal justice and disability rights. www.law.pace.edu