April 19, 2010
Professor Mary Wood Wraps Up 2009-10 Fireside Conversation Series April 21
Oregon Law’s Environmental and Natural Resources program, along with the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center and the University of Oregon’s Environmental Studies program completes its “Crisis and Collaboration: Environmental Decision-Making in a Rapidly Changing Landscape” series of fireside conversations at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, in the Knight Law Center’s fourth floor Lewis Lounge.
Mary Wood, Oregon Law’s Philip H. Knight Professor of Law, will present the year’s final Fireside, titled, “How the International Law of Badminton Saved Endangered Species Habitat.”
Professor Wood is faculty director for the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program and a 2007-08 Luvaas Faculty Fellow at the law school. She is the founding director of the school’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program and is faculty leader of the program’s Conservation Trust Project, Sustainable Land Use Project, and Native Environmental Sovereignty Project.
This event is free and open to all members of the university community.