United States and Canada cooperate on Climate Change? Should they? Why?
Announcing the 43rd Annual Canada – United States Law Institute Conference
We invite you to join us on Thursday, March 21 and Friday, March 22 for the Canada – United States Law Institute’s 43rd annual conference, titled, “Can the United States and Canada cooperate on Climate Change? Should they? Why?”
This year’s conference will bring together law, policy, business, and government experts from both countries to explore this deep and nuanced bond between the two countries, particularly with respect to climate change and the need for a joint approach. Recent political shifts in both the executive and legislatures present a host of legal and political challenges and make for compelling law and policy discussion.
Our program will afford attendees ample opportunity to learn from leading attorneys and commentators about emerging policy and legal issues related to climate change, discuss challenges with colleagues, and grow the legal practice and academic communities’ awareness and expertise on pressing matters of U.S.-Canadian policy and law.
The conference opens with a reception and dinner on Thursday from 5 – 8 p.m. at the law school. It resumes on Friday at 8:30 a.m. at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens and runs until 4:45 p.m. The conference offers 6 hours of CLE credit to in-person attendees.
Registration for the conference, including both Friday’s conference and Thursday’s dinner, networking and keynote event, is $100 for alumni and $200 for non-alumni. Registration is available online.
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