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A First Response to the Environment Bill: The New Body, the Courts, and the Future of UK Environmental Law

Monday 14 January 2019 University College London, Faculty of Law, Bentham House
1pm - 6pm
Organised by Alison Boyd

Bookings now open

UKELA Conference in conjunction with WWF, ClientEarth & UCL

‘A First Response to the Environment Bill: The New Body, the Courts, and the Future of UK Environmental Law’: Monday 14 January 2019

The half day conference, organised in collaboration with UCL, ClientEarth and WWF will give delegates an early chance to discuss and debate the Environment Bill. The programme will consider the role of environmental principles in the Bill, the Bill's potential implications for the courts and tribunals, the nature and role of the new proposed Environmental Body and the implications of all these aspects for the future of Environmental Law across the UK.

We have a stellar line up of speakers from across the field, including members of the judiciary and Bar, practitioners, academics, NGOs and representatives from key stakeholders.

We hope to offer a videolink to watch at locations around the UK. More details coming soon.

Follow the booking link to find out more about the programme, our speakers and how to book your place.



**This event is subject to the publication of an Environment Bill as required by 26 December 2018 under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018.

Venue

University College London, Faculty of Law, Bentham House


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