Judicial Leaders in Climate Science

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Falmouth

September 12, 2022 to September 14, 2022

The program focuses on judicial leadership skills training integrated with climate science topics generally relevant to climate-related cases for a select group of U.S. judges.

We are pleased to continue our collaboration with the Environmental Law Institute’s Climate Judiciary Project in launching Judicial Leaders in Climate Science to build capacity in state judiciaries to respond to one of the fastest-growing, intellectually stimulating, and potentially most significant trends in courts: the rise in litigation related to responsibility for, responses to, and planning for climate change. The program is a continuation of a year-long curriculum that began with an in-person session in Reno in March, 2022. There have also been two webinars since then.

The second and final in-person segment of the project will focus primarily on climate science and climate litigation topics, along with a continuation of the Leadership for Judges curriculum which predominanted in the March program. which will provide you with the tools to lead more effectively. Under the guidance of our expert faculty, the participants will assess their own leadership practices and refine their leadership plans for promoting judicial awareness and education of climate-related topics in their respective jurisdictions.

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We are pleased to continue our collaboration with the Environmental Law Institute’s Climate Judiciary Project in launching Judicial Leaders in Climate Science to build capacity in state judiciaries to respond to one of the fastest-growing, intellectually stimulating, and potentially most significant trends in courts: the rise in litigation related to responsibility for, responses to, and planning for climate change. The program is a continuation of a year-long curriculum that began with an in-person session in Reno in March, 2022. There have also been two webinars since then.

The second and final in-person segment of the project will focus primarily on climate science and climate litigation topics, along with a continuation of the Leadership for Judges curriculum which predominanted in the March program. which will provide you with the tools to lead more effectively. Under the guidance of our expert faculty, the participants will assess their own leadership practices and refine their leadership plans for promoting judicial awareness and education of climate-related topics in their respective jurisdictions.

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