The Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review is a student-run academic journal whose primary purpose is to publish legal scholarship concerning environmental law and policy. The Review publishes bi-annually, with issues typically printed in January and April. The Review seeks to shape discussion of the most important and relevant issues facing environmental law and policy today by publishing relevant articles, notes, and comments that contribute to legal scholarship. Our publication serves as a resource for current students, academics, and active practitioners of law.
November 5, 2015 | EALR Symposium
Who Will Pay: The Public & Private Insurance Implications of Climate Change’s Drastic Challenges
Super-storms. Extreme droughts. Unprecedentedly erratic jet stream flows. Sea-level rise. Drastically changed climate patterns…. The Fall 2015 Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review symposium weighing the impacts of climate disruption upon public and private insurance concerns is scheduled to begin at Boston College Law School in Newton, Massachusetts on Thursday, November 5, 2015, starting at 10:15 a.m.
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