Elizabeth Kirk, International Law Distinguished Visitor
Date: 12:10pm PDT March 9 Location: McCarty Classroom Complex, Room 4
McCarty Classroom Complex, Room 4
Elizabeth Kirk, Global Professor in Global Governance & Ecological Justice, University of Lincoln, delivers the International Law Distinguished Visitor lecture. The lecture, titled “The Case for a Plastics Treaty,” will be held in McCarty Room 4 on March 9 at 12:10 PM. Professor Kirk will be attending the lecture via a two way video conference.
Kirk was formerly Research Professor of International Environmental Law and co-director of the Centre for Marine Ecological Resilience and Geological Resources and a member of the Sustainable Futures interdisciplinary steering committee at Nottingham Trent University (2016-2019).
Kirk’s current research addresses complex, multi-faceted problems such as plastics pollution, energy efficiency and governance of the Arctic.
Her full bio can be found here.
In 2020, this lecture is one of a number of events celebrating 50 years of environmental law at Lewis & Clark Law School.
Event ContactAlexis Burchett
Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law