The Exeter conference received some of the best feedback for a UKELA event. Here are some of the comments:
“Best conference I’ve ever been to, unlike some other dry-as-burned-toast legal conferences”;
“I much enjoyed the whole weekend, and thought it really was superbly organised".
“The speakers were all excellent. The events, location and hospitality were also great”.
The topics – on a theme of the changing face of climate change and regulation - were timely and popular. Robert Upton – deputy chair of the Infrastructure Planning Commission whose abolition was announced on the following Monday – opened proceedings. His analysis of the new regime and what lies ahead was most relevant.
Lord Justice Carnwath, UKELA’s President, and Prof Malcolm Grant, new UKELA patron chaired the opening sessions with humour and excellent timekeeping – our thanks to them.