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Pace Law Presents Its Garrison Lecture With Keynote From Robin Craig

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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Robin Kundis Craig, the William H. Leary Professor of Law at the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, will deliver Pace Law School’s annual Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law on Wednesday, April 1.

The lecture will take place in Pace Law School’s Gerber Glass Moot Court Room at 5 p.m. with a reception to follow.

The lecture's title is “Learning to Live with the Trickster:  Narrating Climate Change and the Value of Resilience Thinking.”

Her areas of professional expertise include property, environmental law, ocean and coastal law, administrative law, water law, toxic torts and civil procedure.  Her research focuses on “all things water.”

Additionally, she is the author of several articles and book chapters, the co-author of five books, and has more than 50 law review articles and book chapters published.  She is extremely active in the American Bar Association’s section on environment, energy and resources.

Craig earned a Ph.D. at U.C. Santa Barbara in English literature and attended the Lewis & Clark School of Law in Portland, Oregon.

Pace Law School’s Garrison lecture is named after Lloyd K. Garrison.  He and his associate won the landmark decision to preserve Storm King Mountain on the Hudson River.  The victory initiated what is recognized as the field of environmental law today.

The Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture seeks to celebrate the vision, public spirit and life of Lloyd Garrison and his leadership in environmental advocacy. The lecture was established in his memory in 1995, four years after his death, and continues annually in his honor.

RSVP by calling (914) 422-4413.

To learn more about the lecture, click here.

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Robin Kundis Craig, the William H. Leary Professor of Law at the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, will deliver Pace Law School’s annual Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law on Wednesday, April 1.

The lecture will take place in Pace Law School’s Gerber Glass Moot Court Room at 5 p.m. with a reception to follow.

The lecture's title is “Learning to Live with the Trickster:  Narrating Climate Change and the Value of Resilience Thinking.”

Her areas of professional expertise include property, environmental law, ocean and coastal law, administrative law, water law, toxic torts and civil procedure.  Her research focuses on “all things water.”

Additionally, she is the author of several articles and book chapters, the co-author of five books, and has more than 50 law review articles and book chapters published.  She is extremely active in the American Bar Association’s section on environment, energy and resources.

Craig earned a Ph.D. at U.C. Santa Barbara in English literature and attended the Lewis & Clark School of Law in Portland, Oregon.

Pace Law School’s Garrison lecture is named after Lloyd K. Garrison.  He and his associate won the landmark decision to preserve Storm King Mountain on the Hudson River.  The victory initiated what is recognized as the field of environmental law today.

The Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture seeks to celebrate the vision, public spirit and life of Lloyd Garrison and his leadership in environmental advocacy. The lecture was established in his memory in 1995, four years after his death, and continues annually in his honor.

RSVP by calling (914) 422-4413.

To learn more about the lecture, click here.

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