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Environmental Law Society

New Orleans and the Gulf Coast are key locations for the practice of environmental law. The central mission of Loyola's Environmental Law Society (ELS) is to engage its members in local, national, and international issues within the evolving and multi-faceted field of environmental law. Activities include educational panels featuring prominent environmental lawyers and policymakers, service outings cleaning up the natural beauty of our beloved New Orleans, and attending national conferences.

Executive Board: 2023-24

President: Abby Wallace
Vice Presidents: Brenna Landis & Jessica Munson
Treasurer: Tyler "Cam" Sanchez
Secretary: Taylor McGown
SBA Rep: Sabrina Sawyer 

Faculty Advisor:
Professor Robert Verchick

Organization Address:
Loyola University New Orleans
College of Law
Environmental Law Society
7214 St. Charles Ave.,
Campus Box 901
New Orleans, LA  70118

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The Environmental Law Society hosted an event on September 24th with Professor Bill Quigley on the pipeline protest movement. Professor Quigley is providing pro bono representation to Louisiana activists facing harsh criminal penalties for violating the state's new critical infrastructure law while protesting pipeline development.