The European Court of Justice and development of environmental law
  • Lecture Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building

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A live stream of the UK Environmental Law Association’s Annual Garner Lecture is being hosted by the School of Law, Criminology and Government for the fourth year. It is an opportunity to see the lecture via a live stream from the London venue and to network over drinks and nibbles afterwards.

This year’s speaker is Professor Dr Juliane Kokott, Advocate General of the Court of Justice at the EU. The lecture will be chaired by UKELA’s President, Lord Robert Carnwath, a Judge of the UK Supreme Court.

The theme of Professor Kokott's lecture will be 'The Contribution of the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union to the Development of Environmental Law in the UK.' 

The live stream will be of interest to those involved in environmental law and policy or with an interest in the future of UK environmental law and policy following Brexit.

The event is open to all. Contact jason.lowther@plymouth.ac.uk to book a place.

About the Garner Lecture

Professor Jack Garner was a leading environmental lawyer and one of UKELA's founder members. He is remembered every year at the Garner Lecture, which is one of the leading events in the Environmental Law calendar. 

About UKELA

UKELA is the leading membership organisation for anyone interested in environmental law. UKELA's aim is to improve understanding and awareness of environmental law - to make the law work for a better environment. Visit UKELA's website for more information.

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