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Join us for an information session on Monday, April 12th from 12-1 pm EST –
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Come speak with Acting Director Shaun Goho, Clinical Instructor Aladdine Joroff, and the Clinic’s Fellows and students about fantastic and diverse opportunities to work on ground-breaking environmental and energy projects. Expand your lawyering skills and substantive knowledge by defending the role of science in decision-making, enabling and supporting citizen enforcement of environmental laws, fighting for energy justice, and advising municipalities about options for resiliency in the face of climate change, among many other kinds of projects. The work includes writing briefs and comment letters, drafting climate change mitigation and adaptation regulations and policies for municipalities, preparing guidance documents and manuals for non-lawyers, drafting model legislation, and preparing policy papers. Students operate as “first chairs” on all projects, provide strategic advice, develop theories of litigation, and present their work to clients, courts, and/or government officials. Come learn more!