NAELS 2011: The Power of Law Students will bring together the country and area's leading law students, graduate students, high level undergraduate students, attorneys, and energy and environmental professionals to:
- Showcase the power of today's young energy and environmental leaders
- Catalyze clean energy and climate initiatives in the area and around the country
- Connect students and professionals looking for jobs and employees in the energy, environment, and clean tech sectors
When & Where
Harvard Environmental Law Society
The Harvard Environmental Law Society (HELS) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization directed and staffed by students at Harvard Law School. HELS was founded in 1970 by three Harvard Law students who perceived a pressing need for the Law School, and the law in general, to respond more effectively to the nation’s environmental problems. It's central mission is to strengthen the capacity of its members to make real contributions to the field of environmental law — and to the environment itself — in the local, national, and international communities.