This lecture is in conjunction with the Wallace Stegner Center 22nd Annual Symposium
12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m., S.J. Quinney College of Law Moot Courtroom (Level 6)
“Good government, if it comes, will emerge out of a heightened sense of the ways citizens are linked and interdependent; it will draw upon new recognitions of community and the ways we are the same, not different; it will gain strength when people talk more of the common good as a matter of public morality and of obligations of all people to cooperate as well as compete.”
– Eric Freyfogle
Eric Freyfogle, Swanlund Chair and Professor of Law, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Eric Freyfogle is Swanlund Chair and Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he has long taught courses on natural resources and property law, environmental law and policy, wildlife law, conservation thought, and economic inequality. His many books include On Private Property (Beacon Press); Why Conservation is Failing and How It Can Regain Ground (Yale University Press) and The Land We Share (Island Press) as well as the newly released A Good That Transcends: Why U.S. Culture Undermines Environmental Reform and, due out this summer, Our Oldest Task: Making Sense of Our Place in Nature, both with the University of Chicago Press. He has lectured widely in the U.S. and abroad and held visiting positions at the University of Auckland, the University of Cambridge, and the Stellenbosch (South Africa) Institute for Advanced Study. Long active in conservation efforts he currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the National Wildlife Federation and the Illinois-based Prairie Rivers Network.
1 hour of CLE. Lunch provided.
No registration required. Free and open to the public.
For questions about this event contact Kris (801) 585-3440.
Paid parking is available at the Rice-Eccles Stadium using the pay-by-phone app. We encourage you to use public transportation to our events. Take TRAX University line to the Stadium stop and walk a half block north. For other public transit options use UTA’s Trip Planner. The law school is on the Red Route for the University’s free campus shuttles (College of Law stop).
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