Community Lawyering for Environmental Justice Part 4: Working with Non-Legal Experts

December 12, 2022 12:00 pm — 1:30 pm
Webinar Only

An ELI Public Webinar

Join the Environmental Law Institute and the Pro Bono Clearinghouse for the fourth part of our CLE series centered around community lawyering for environmental justice. ELI’s Clearinghouse strives to ensure that communities with viable environmental legal matters get the representation they need, whether that be in a courtroom, in front of an agency, or in a more facilitative or consultative fashion. The Clearinghouse connects communities and individuals seeking representation with the many hundreds of environmental law members at ELI and at various collaborating organizations, as well as non-ELI members of the Clearinghouse,

This part of the series will focus on how to work with non-legal experts on cases. Particularly in the field of community lawyering, it can be important to bring in experts who can support communities and the issues they are facing. When should you bring in a non-legal expert? What is the best way to find an expert? What challenges arise when working with non-legal experts, and how can they be overcome? Join the Environmental Law Institute and our expert panelists to discuss these questions and so much more!

Kristine Perry, Staff Attorney, Environmental Law Institute, Moderator
Scott Gordon, former Deputy Director, Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Lisa Jordan, Clinical Professor of Law and Director, Environmental Law Clinic, Tulane University Law School
Shailesh Sahay, Counsel, Foley Hoag

ELI members will have access to materials/a recording of this session (usually posted within 2 business days). If you are not an ELI member but would like to have access to archived sessions like this one, please see the many benefits of membership and how to join.