Levin College of Law

Co-curricular And Extra Curricular Opportunities for Students

Public Interest Environmental Conference

For over twenty-five years, the Public Interest Environmental Conference (PIEC) has sought to promote an understanding of the legal aspects of environmental protection, to serve to inform individuals as to the necessity for improvements in environmental legal protection, to foster the development of sound environmental legislation, measure the effects of environmental litigation, and to assist other groups involved in environmental education. The conference is student run and brings together hundreds of legal practitioners, academics, policy makers, and private citizens for two days each February to discuss cutting edge legal and policy issues and potential solutions to environmental challenges.

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Environmental and Land Use Law Society

The Environmental and Land Use Law Society (ELULS) is one of the most active student groups on campus. Each year, ELULS has a program of speakers from practice, hosts social events, and organizes outdoor activities like kayak trips and river clean-ups.

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Environmental Moot Court

The University of Florida sends teams to the National Environmental Moot Court Competition and the International Environmental Moot Court Competition. Students selected to participate in the UF teams have the chance to brief and argue a case, and to compete against teams from around the country in the annual competition in New York.  Team try-outs are held early in the Fall semester.