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ELA is a student-run organization that works to bring together law students interested in environmental protection and to provide educational, career, and networking opportunities in the practice of environmental law. This page is regularly updated with information on upcoming ELA events so check back frequently. Please visit the rest of the site for more information about ELA and environmental law at GW. To contact ELA email

Farmer's Markets
By popular demand, the ELA presents for your shopping and eating pleasure, the DC Area Farmer's Markets! Just download the pdf below and you will be in the know for where you can buy the freshest and most sustainable produce around!
 DC Area Farmer's Markets
Battery Collection
Batteries of all kinds can now be recycled at GW LAW! Just drop them off at the welcome desk in the hard lounge and the staff will take care of everything.

Whose Wilderness Is It?
The ELA would like to make you aware that a film student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Gabriella Garcia-Pardo, is attempting to complete a thesis film that explores the connotations and irony surrounding the idea of "wilderness" and what people deem as "wild". We urge you to check out a preview of the film with further information here and consider donating to help Ms. Garcia-Pardo complete her project.

ELA Camping Trip

We're going camping~

 US Supreme Court


The Green Law Student

The Environmental Blog

Green Inc.: Energy, the Environment and the Bottom Line

Triangle Sustainability


Tree Hugger


Endangered Environmental Laws Writing Competition

Pace Environmental Law Moot Court Competition

Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition

Lewis & Clark Animal Law Moot Court and Closing Argument Competitions


Last Updated May 03, 2012
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