CEJ is Looking For a New Associate Director!

The Center for Earth Jurisprudence (CEJ) is the only Center situated within a U.S. law school fully dedicated to the advancement of legal consideration of the inherent rights of nature and the inclusion of Earth Jurisprudence courses within the law school curriculum.

The Associate Director will primarily assist the Director in the design, implementation, and management of multiple aspects of the Center including research and publications, programming, public presence, enhancement of visibility and social media presence, and resource acquisition. The main responsibility of the Associate Director will be to identify and apply for external funding to support the Center's activities.

The Associate Director will be joining CEJ at a time of renewed vision and commitment in addressing legal, cultural, and ethical responses to the increasing global impacts of climate change and vast ecological and human suffering.

For more information and to apply, please visit here.


Become an Earth Law & Policy Fellow Today!

 ¨ Do you want to enact positive change locally, nationally, and internationally?

¨ Do you want practical experience in the field of law and policy-making?

¨ Are you a Barry Law 2-3L?

 If you answered “Yes” to the above, apply for the

Center for Earth Jurisprudence’s Earth Law and

Policy Fellowship and join our team!

For more information and to apply please visit CEJ Earth Law and Policy Fellowship.

2017-18 Fellows Arlene Cuellar & Kathryn Avila; CEJ’s Associate Director; Barry Law Dean Leticia Diaz; CEJ’s Director Margaret Stewart; and 2017-18 Fellows Samantha Koempel & Lizaida Guadalupe.

2017-18 Fellows Arlene Cuellar & Kathryn Avila; CEJ’s Associate Director; Barry Law Dean Leticia Diaz; CEJ’s Director Margaret Stewart; and 2017-18 Fellows Samantha Koempel & Lizaida Guadalupe.