Law & Social Movements Colloquium 2017-18 ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
The Law & Social Movements Colloquium and Center for Land, Environment, and Natural Resources present a panel discussion on Environmental Justice, Law, and Organizing, featuring:
Angela Johnson Meszaros , Staff Attorney , Earthjustice
Angela Johnson Meszaros’ docket focuses on working with communities of color on issues related to air pollution, energy, and the urban environment. Over nearly 25 years, she has used a range of tools to enhance the health, safety, and quality of life in communities impacted by environmental hazards.
Angela Howe , Legal Director , Surfrider Foundation
After a couple of years honing legal skills at a large law firm and volunteering for a Surfrider Foundation chapter, Howe transitioned to Surfrider Foundation staff and is now the Foundation’s Legal Director. In leading the organization’s legal strategy, she fights for sustainable solutions to environmental challenges and works to increase Surfrider’s impact for healthy coasts.
Thursday, February 22, 2018
UCI Law, EDU 1111
401 E. Peltason Dr.
Irvine, CA 92697
About the Law & Social Movements Colloquium Series
The Colloquium is a five-part series featuring pairs of lawyers and organizer-activists who have collaborated with each other in the context of active social movements. Attendees will learn about collective mobilization, the role of law in both impeding and encouraging the political activism of marginalized people, and the ways in which lawyers are working in support of such mobilizations.
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