Environmental Justice Forum Scheduled at Loyola
Loyola press release - September 3, 1997
(New Orleans)—The Federalist Society of Loyola University New Orleans School of Law and Tulane University School of Law will sponsor a forum on environmental justice on Thursday, September 11 from 5 - 7 p.m. in the Parlour of Greenville Hall located at 7214 St. Charles Ave., Loyolas Broadway campus.
Fred L. Smith, Jr., who is the founder and president of the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), will address issues concerning environmental justice. Stan Millan, adjunct professor of environmental law at Loyola and attorney with Jones Walker Law Firm, is scheduled to serve as moderator. The CEI is a public interest group active in a wide range of economic and environmental public policy issues. Located in Washington, D.C., CEI works to educate and inform policymakers, journalists, and other opinion leaders on market based alternatives to regulatory initiatives and engages in public interest litigation to protect property rights and economic liberty.
The forum is free and open to faculty, staff and students of Loyola and Tulane universities. Media representatives are invited to attend. For more information, please call Andrew Dunn at 899-7507.