Sustainability’s Core: What Must Lawyers Do?
Last chance for online pre-registration on our new website:
The conference will be of interest for lawyers and non-lawyers interested in a sustainable society and the role that lawyers could or should play in creating it. It will consider:
· Whether lawyers have particular abilities and responsibilities for setting society and its institutions on a more sustainable course; and
· Whether present practices of lawyers are addressing the need for sustainability in the economy, in society, and in our relations with the natural world.
Distinguished guest speakers include
§ Gifford Pinchot, President, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, and long-time advisor and writer on business issues
§ Ross Macfarlane, former head of the environmental law practice at K&L Gates and now Senior Advisor, Business Partnerships at Climate Solutions
§ Tim Parsey, principal of Shift Alliance, a B Corporation
§ Trudy Scherting, President of Moka Joe, a B Corporation
§ Laura Musikanski, JD, MBA, Executive Director, Sustainable Seattle
The conference will end with a panel and roundtable discussion of B Corporations and other issues raised by the conference.
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2010
Time: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Location: Seattle University Student Center, Room 130
Beat the registration line at the door tomorrow!
Pre-register today for the Sustainability’s Core conference and join Washington Lawyers for Sustainability, at:
Please note that event registrations and memberships at the door tomorrow must be paid by check, payable to "Washington Lawyers for Sustainability".3.0 CLE credits have been granted for this conference
Getting to Seattle University and the Student Center
The University is located east of I-5 in the blocks bounded by East Madison, 12th Avenue, E. Cherry Street, E. Jefferson Street, and Broadway.
A map and driving directions can be found at www.seattleu.edu/campus_
Metro routes 9, 12, 43, 49 and 60 all come within 0.1 miles of the Campus.
A campus map can be found at www.seattleu.edu/
The Student Center is at location no. 15 on the campus map. Access is from the campus side rather than from E. James Way.