BIICL’s offers intensive course on climate change litigation
During British Institute of International and Comparative Law two-day course, a team of legal and scientific experts will highlight the legal frameworks and hurdles through which climate change litigation takes place. Analysis around this global phenomenon includes taking stock of landmark examples at the international and domestic levels as well as practical issues and relevant sectors.
Head of Human Rights and Environmental law at Hausfeld, Ingrid Gubbay, opens day 2 at 9.30 am. Together with environmental researcher, Alina Holzhausen, they will look at the interplay between climate change litigation and Human Rights.
BIICL organises this online event on 3-4 November.