CLEANR hosts public conferences that bring together a variety of perspectives and disciplines for a range of audiences. UCI Law has hosted or co-hosted a number of interdisciplinary conferences on various environmental topics. In addition, CLEANR hosts an annual conference series in the fall on environmental law and another in the spring on land use law, both focused on problems of particular interest to practitioners and policymakers.
Toward a Sustainable 21st Century
Ocean Health, Global Fishing, and Food Security
November 21, 2014
Co-Sponsored with the UCI Newkirk Center for Science and Society
Chief Executive Officer
Conference schedule (PDF)
This conference will explore the latest science and domestic and international law and governance challenges of managing overfishing, habitat destruction, and pollution threats to the world’s oceans.
Spring 2015 Conferences
Symposium on Law and Governance of the Arctic
January 30–31, 2015
The symposium will explore the effectiveness of existing governance in the Arctic region, strategies for improving effective implementation, and possible alternative governance regimes. A segment of the presented papers will be published in the UCI Law Review as a symposium.
Annual Spring Symposium on Emerging Issues in Land Use Law Practice
April 9, 2015
Co-Sponsored with Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
This symposium series will provide practical insights from expert practitioners, scholars, and policymakers on cutting-edge topics that are shaping modern land use law and development practice.