NELA’s Environmental and Climate Change Law Library brings together high quality analysis of developments in environment and climate change law in articles law firms have prepared for their clients, and select articles commissioned from academics and consultants. We hope that the Library will become a comprehensive, practical and accessible resource overtime that offers a unique resource for lawyers and their clients in business, government and the community. To become a contributor, please Email us.
The NELA national conference, held on 21 November 2014, attracted a large crowd to hear from a range of excellent speakers from the judiciary, legal profession, industry, consultants and academia.
On 25 November 2014, almost 40 NELA members and others attended a breakfast seminar delivered by Patrick Pearlman, Principal Solicitor of EDO WA. The two legal systems both trace back to England and common law traditions, but have evolved in radically different directions.
Contributions are invited for the February edition of the Australian Environmental Law Digest. Articles should be 1,500 – 2,000 words, and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for articles for the next edition is 15 January 2015.
The Australian Environmental Law Digest is a quarterly newsletter highlighting key recent articles in NELA’s online Environmental and Climate Change Law Library, with a few NELA extras. Its free and distributed widely through NELA’s partners, contributors and networks. So pass it on!
The 2014 NELA Essay Competition is closing soon! Essays should be between 4,000 – 7,000 words in length and must be received by 12 December 2014.
NELA's February 2015 Bulletin is out now - available to members from the Members Area. The general public can access back issues more than 6 months old here.
‘Are we selling ourselves short?’ Deadline: 12 December 2014 Open to any student enrolled at an Australian tertiary institution as an undergraduate or postgraduate.