The Environmental Law Society was established to provide students with a means by which to work together to explore and participate in matters involving issues of environmental law. The Society becomes involved in projects through external contacts and the interests of its members and Faculty sponsors. Through its involvement in these projects the Society has had the opportunity to deal with a broad range of issues, from those concerned with matters on campus and within the Faculty to those of national significance.
The Environmental Law Society has participated in reviews of federal and provincial environmental legislation. Members have also assisted in the preparation and drafting of court applications for non-government environmental organizations. One of the primary functions of the Society is to bring to the Faculty speakers on topics related to environmental law. The students also helps recycle books and periodicals for the Law Library.
Visit the Environmental Law Society's website [under construction] for more information.