Thursday, February 11, 2010

E-Law Conference Terminology 101

The Law Students call it the 28th Annual PIELC.
For those who are bad at acronyms it is the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference.
But the cool kids call it E-Law.

Whatever you call it, it is coming up fast. This interesting and (often unofficially) free conference is coming up fast. We are generally unconcerned that the event is "the World's Most Important Environmental Law Conference," frankly we would settle for the second or third most important. We are much more excited to see some interesting speakers come to Eugene and visit with old friends who crawl out of the woodwork to attend. And there will be some great music playing at the Wow Hall.

Check back for more info as it draws nearer.

*E-Law is free to UO students.

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