Environmental Justice Issues in Sustainable Development
Missouri Law Review Symposium 2012 February 9-10, 2012 John K. Hulston Hall


All symposium events will be held in Room 7 of John K. Hulston Hall on the University of Missouri campus.

9 am

Introductions and Welcome

Dean Larry Dessem
University of Missouri School of Law

Professor Troy A. Rule
University of Missouri School of Law

9:15 am

Recognition of University-Wide Essay Contest Winner and Presentation of Winning Essay

9:40 am

Panel: Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development

Patrick C. McGinley
Charles H. Haden II Professor of Law
West Virginia University College of Law

John C. Dernbach
Distinguished Professor of Law
Widener University School of Law

Uma Outka
Associate Professor of Law
University of Kansas School of Law

11:30 am - 12:45 pm

Lunch Break

1 pm

Distinguished Lecture

Environmental Law, Civil Rights and Sustainability: The Need to Bridge Disparate Frameworks to Address Disparately Impacted Communities

Eileen Gauna
Dickason Professor
University of New Mexico School of Law

1:45 pm

Keynote Address

What Does Environmental Justice Mean in an Era of Global Climate Change?

Michael B. Gerrard
Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice
Columbia Law School

2:30 pm

Closing Remarks

Professor Troy A. Rule
University of Missouri School of Law

Following the closing remarks, light refreshments will be provided in the Hulston Hall foyer.