UCL Faculty of Laws


Back to Bentham: UCL Environmental Lawyers

15 February 2019, 10:30 am–6:30 pm


This event is open only to current and former UCL Environmental Law students.

Event Information

Open to

Invitation Only


Laws Events


Bentham House
UCL Laws
United Kingdom

This event, hosted by Professor Maria Lee and Dr Steven Vaughan, Directors of the UCL Centre for Law and Environment, is about celebrating the contributions of UCL’s environmental lawyers, past and present. It is also an opportunity for us to celebrate the reopening of the home of the Faculty of Laws, Bentham House.

This free-to-attend conference is available solely to those UCL Laws alumni who have studied environmental law with us and to our current environmental law students: to allow our current and former students to hear about the leading scholarship we are engaged in; and for alumni to speak to their lives after UCL, how they are shaping the creation and development of environmental law around the world. As such, this event is a collaboration between scholars and practitioners, involving UCL Laws staff, current and former students, and other stakeholders within and outside of UCL.

Environmental Law Politics and Policy Making

  • Dr Carrie Bradshaw, Lecturer, Leeds Law School, UK (UCL PhD 2010-2013; UCL LLB 2004-2008)
  • Richard Broadbent, Head of Legal Services, Natural England, UK (UCL LLM 2008-2010)
  • Philip Cross, In-House Lawyer, National Environment & Planning Agency, Jamaica (UCL LLM 2016-2017)

Environmental Justice and Public Interest Lawyering

Environmental Law Scholarship 

This event is only open to current and former UCL Environmental Law students. To register for this event, please contact Professor Maria Lee or Dr Steven Vaughan