Environmental Law Society (ELS)
The student-run Environmental Law and Conservation Society brings together students interested in environmental law and policy, and organizes programs and projects such as lobbying litigation, lectures, trips, curricula, newsletter, recycling and energy conservation.
Emory Public Interest Committee (EPIC)
EPIC is a student-run organization at Emory Law that seeks to provide opportunities for students to learn about and participate in public interest activities. The organization provides summer grants for students working in public interest positions. Grant recipients who have chosen to work in the environmental field have volunteered at the Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, the Turner Environmental Law Clinic and the National Wildlife Federation.
Ad Hoc Committee for Environmental Stewardship
The Emory Ad Hoc Committee for Environmental Stewardship consists of students, faculty, staff and alumni who are concerned about environmental protection, restoration and sustainability at Emory.
Emory’s chapter for the Student Environmental Action Coalition educates both Emory and the local community about the importance of the environment and the severity of ecological problems that face our society. ECOSEAC concentrates its efforts to the metro-Atlanta area.