The symposium addressed the rapidly evolving changes in Alaska and the Arctic, and the challenges presented to Alaska's leaders and institutions in addressing the legal issues associated with economic development, climate change, and social and cultural impacts.
Agenda and materials are on the Justice Center website. A video of the program will be posted there shortly.
In addition, the materials submitted for the symposium will appear in an upcoming issue of the Alaska Law Review, published by Duke University School of Law for the Alaska Bar Association.
|L to r: Alaska Superior Court Judge Sen Tan (Ret.); Mike LeVine, Pacific Senior Counsel,|
Oceana; Prof. Kristin Knudsen, J.D., UAA Justice Center; Prof. Hari Osofsky, J.D.,
University of Minnesota Law School; Matt Findley, Attorney at Ashburn & Mason.
This event was sponsored by the Alaska Law Review, the Arctic Law Section of the Alaska Bar Association, and the UAA Justice Center. Prof. Ryan Fortson, J.D., Ph.D., Legal Studies faculty in the Justice Center, was the faculty advisor for this event.
|L to r: Dr. Ryan Fortson, UAA Justice Center; Prof. Tom Metzloff, Alaska Law Review; Fran Ulmer; |
Prof. Willie Hensley, UAA College of Business & Public Policy; Dr. André Rosay, UAA Justice Center Director.