Media Release: Examining Shared Environmental Interests with the Michigan State Bar

Media Release

Oct 02 2018

CELA’s Executive Director Theresa McClenaghan will be joining Members of Michigan State Bar and the Ontario Bar Association to discuss environmental law topics relevant to lawyers on both sides of the border. Our speakers will discuss the impact of the deep geological (nuclear waste) repository, development patterns, storm, sewage, and chemical run-off on the Great Lakes being the source of significant drinking-water sources. Join us to learn more about the similarities and differences of legislative frameworks in Michigan and Ontario.

Date:                         Monday, November 12, 2018 | 12:00 pm

Agenda:                   12:00 pm Presentation Begins

1:00 pm Moderated Discussion and Questions

1:30 pm Program Concludes

SPEAKERS:              Jeffrey K. Haynes, Beier Howlett (Troy, MI)

                                   Mark Mattson, Swim, Drink, Fish (Toronto, ON)

                                   Theresa McClenaghan, Canadian Environmental Law Association                                     (Paris, ON)

                                   Professor Nicholas Schroeck, University of Detroit Mercy                                                     (Detroit, MI)


MODERATORS:      Paula Lombardi, Siskinds LLP (London, ON)

Margrethe Kearney, Senior Staff Attorney, Environmental Law &                                           Policy Center (Grand Rapids, MI)

CBA Member: $50* | CBA Student Member: $25* | Non-Member: $95*

*Plus applicable taxes

Registration for the live format closes 1 day before the program. Late registrations and walk-ins not available. Webcast registrations remains open.

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