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Law Research Seminar Series: Access to environmental justice: the work of an environmental NGO

Venue: Online

Speakers: Emma Montlake and Tom Brenan (Environmental Law Foundation)

The Environmental Law Foundation (ELF), a charity, helps vulnerable communities have a voice in decisions that affect their environment and quality of life and that of future generations. ELF does this through advice and information, public legal education, and policy work. Over the past 29 years ELF has established a cross-disciplinary network of lawyers and technical consultants which each year provides thousands of hours of pro bono advice and assistance to communities and individuals who have nowhere else to turn to address their environmental concerns. This has been joined by ELF's growing networks of pro-bono environmental legal advice and policy clinics, in partnership with universities across the UK. The seminar will be an opportunity to find out more about ELF and its work with communities.


Law Research Seminar Series

This event is part of Birkbeck's Law Research Seminar Series. Free to attend and open to the public, the series welcomes scholars from around the world to discuss their latest research.

To celebrate the launch of Birkbeck’s new LLM in Environmental Law, Policy and Governance, this term's research seminars will cover topics in the field of environmental law and policy.

This event is open to the public and free to attend however booking is required via this page. The event will be hosted on Collaborate, a free to access website. You will be sent a link to access the event upon registration

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