Centenary University’s Environmental Law class will be running a Moot Court event exercise at 6 p.m. November 7, 2017 in the Little Theatre, which is located in the Edward. W. Seay Administration Building. Members of the community are invited to this event.
The students have been assigned teams, Plaintiff and Defendant, to present respective arguments associated with an Environmental Law issue related to protecting the environment for future generations vs. supporting economic progress. The procedure will follow the proceedings of an “Administrative Law” hearing. The students will be presenting the pro and con factual arguments gathered from their research. The arguments of the students will be decided upon by the Honorable Pete Sklannik, Jr. (and the professor of the course), who is the presiding Judge for this case. This is Centenary University’s first Moot Court.
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