Yesterday was the third annual Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship at Vermont Law School. We had an impressive schedule this year. In terms of session highlights (of the ones I attended), Sarah Schindler’s "Banning Lawns" proved provocative, and the panel with Todd Aagaad and Jan Jans lead to an great conversation about what should be considered "environmental law." Now I have 48 hours to relax until trying to pick a date for next year’s Colloquium!

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