We are pleased to offer a range of careers advice sessions starting with a special Wales event. If you want to hear about training and working in environmental law in Wales then please register to hear from the following advisers:
Dr Victoria Jenkins
Dr Victoria Jenkins is an Associate Professor at the Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Swansea University. She is also co-convenor of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association, Wales Working Party. Victoria has been an academic at Swansea University for over 20 years. She teaches a range of subjects including EU, land use planning and nature conservation law. Her research interests lie in environmental law and she began her career focusing on legal approaches to sustainable development. More recently her work has centred on landscape, land use planning and nature conservation. Victoria has always been particularly interested in local perspectives on these issues and now the impact of devolution in Wales
Christian is a barrister at 30 Park Place, Cardiff and at 36 Commercial, London. His environmental law practice focuses on waste law and its interaction with other areas of law. He is a member of the Attorney General’s Regional Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown (Wales) and the Specialist Panel of Regulatory Advocates in Health & Safety and Environmental Law
Kate Howell is a Senior Associate at Blake Morgan LLP, based in Cardiff. Having previously worked in the historic environment sector, Kate completed the GDL and LPC at Swansea University, before qualifying as a solicitor in 2011. She has experience of construction and engineering projects and environmental matters. Her clients include both public and private sector organisations and she has provided advice on a range of contentious and non-contentious environmental matters related to development projects. Kate is a member of the United Kingdom Environmental Lawyers Association, Wales Working Party and the regional co-ordinator for the Society of Construction Law
The event will be a Zoom meeting for an informal session. Once our advisers have spoken there will be plenty of opportunity to ask any questions so please do come prepared. Registration is required; spaces are free but limited to 25 so book now! The sessions will be recorded and made available on the website so please don't worry if you are unable to join a particular event.