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ELS is still here: Don’t forget about our webinar library

  

Published in Michigan Environmental Law Journal, Fall 2020, Vol. 38, No. 1, Issue 108 [view full issue].
Cite: 38 Mich Env Law J 1 (2020)

Environmental Law Section Online Library

Many of ELS’s webinars are available in the ELS online library under the webinar tab. They make for good viewing during quarantine at home.

Here’s a list of ELS’s currently available webinars.

  • 2020
    • Coming soon! The Hazardous Substance and Brownfield Committee Year Review
  • 2019
    • Duck! Insiders Review the Late 2018 Legislation
    • The Challenging Effects of Dynamic Great Lakes Shorelines on Zoning & Planning in Coastal Communities
  • 2018
    • A Closer Look at the Endangered Species Act
    • A Legal Perspective on PFOS/PFAS Contamination Issues, Tuesday, July 10
    • Examining Shared Environmental Interests Webinar, Nov. 12
    • Examining Shared Environmental Interests Webinar, Nov. 12
    • Updated-Lender’s Perspective on Environmental Issues
  • 2017
    • Endangered Species Act and Land Use Webinar 030717
    • Environmental Layer’s Next Frontier -Vapor Intrusion 033017
    • Using SBM Connect to Connect with Environmental Law Section Lawyers
    • Vapor Intrusion Issues in Transactional Due Diligence and Due Care
  • 2015
    • Allocation and Agreement Webinar Materials 2015 05 27
    • Michigan’s Adaptive Management Plan to Address Lake Erie Issues
    • Webinar: The ELS Presents Statutory Update 2015
  • 2014
    • Great Lakes Legacy Program: Managing Contaminated Sediment
    • Great Lakes Water Levels: Past, Present, and Future
    • Let the River Run Free-Pigeon River Dam Litigation
    • Resource Extraction and Management in Michigan: Hot Issues
    • The Environmental Lawyer’s Role in Transactions
  • 2013
    • Perspectives on Recent Wetlands Amendments in Michigan
    • The K.I.S.S. Principle in Environmental Litigation
  • 2011
    • Michigan’s New Energy Development

ELS still has the capability of hosting webinars, and in fact, this might be a very good time to do so. If you'd like to do put on a webinar, please contact Mary Anne Parks directly at parks.maryanne@gmail.com for assistance.


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