Theorizing the Health Environment Advocacy Rhetoric (HEAR) Nexus

The multifront threat to environmentalism, which aims to protect and preserve the natural environment, can emerge anywhere from the street corner to the courtroom, but the threat is so pernicious that its pervasiveness is virtually invisible. The forces of environmentalism may appear to be neutralized, or in other words, silenced as the law of the …

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The Summer…

From T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land: And no rock    If there were rock    And also water    And water    A spring    A pool among the rock    If there were the sound of water only    Not the cicada    And dry grass singing    But sound of water over …

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The Third National Conference of Lawyers Committed to Addressing the Climate Emergency

On April 18, 2019, a group of leading lawyers and law professors will convene in person at locations across the United States to discuss the problem of climate change and the role of lawyers in advancing solutions. The locations will all be linked by live video/audio feeds. This is the third year in a row …

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4 Diversity Lessons from Crazy Rich Asians 

Reeling off of box office gold, the all Asian cast showed Hollywood the potential for diverse casting. Now it's available on demand. The movie, Crazy Rich Asians, is also an opportunity to re-examine approaches to fairness and inclusion within the legal profession, especially as they relate to Asians.  The movie offers a sliver into the …

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