Osgoode students are formally invited to participate in a national law school research-a-thon, Beyond the Climate Emergency: Exploring Municipal Solutions to a Global Problem hosted by Osgoode’s Environmental Justice Clinic and Windsor Law’s Cities and Climate Action Forum. The event will take place on Monday, November 18, 2019, the Student Law Clinics Global Day of Action for Climate Justice. We are calling on the collective brain power of law students across Canada to join us to explore legal tools and strategies to support the efforts of municipalities in the ongoing fight to tackle climate change. Your research skills are needed to contribute to this national effort!
The Osgoode team will be working from 9-5 in Room 2027. You can sign up for a couple of hours or the whole day! Bring your laptops and your enthusiasm and we will supply the research questions and snacks.
At 12:30 Osgoode McMurtry Fellow Diane Saxe, the former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, will give an inspiring talk about municipalities and climate change.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hope to see many of you there!