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The Australian Centre for Environmental Law here at the Law School is holding a conference in conjunction with the Environmental Defender's Office, Sydney on 16 and 17 February.

The conference will examine the intersections between legal disciplines and the environment. Experts, across a broad range of legal disciplines will reflect on how their areas of law impact on the environment.

The Keynote Speaker will be Professor Kevin Gray from Trinity College, University of Cambridge. Professor Gray will speak on the topic “Can environmental regulation amount to a taking of common law property rights”.

The Conference will be held at The Portside Centre, 207 Kent Street, Sydney.

Cost of attendance:

Corporate Rate ($550); NGO rate ($300); Academic/Individual Rate $200; Student/Concession Rate $100

A full copy of the brochure including program and registration form is available here.

For more information, please contact Ms Val Carey, Sydney Law School, Telephone (02) 9351 0238 or email.

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