GreenLaw (formerly The Environmental and Land Use Law Society (ELULS)) is one of the most active student groups on campus. Each year, GreenLaw has a program of speakers from practice, hosts social events, and organizes outdoor activities like river clean-ups.
Students from the GreenLaw also organize the Public Interest Environmental Conference. Sponsoring this two-day conference provides students a chance to work closely with UF faculty, public interest attorneys, scientists, and government officials on important and timely environmental issues.
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