Earth Jurisprudence Lecture Series

The ‘Earth Jurisprudence’ (EJ) Lecture Series, introducing Earth Jurisprudence in Korea, is aimed at finding solutions to resolve the harmful consequences, which come from the current human-centered industrialization, and to implement an environment favorable to research and the fostering of new abilities. Since 2015, lecture series has been held four times a year in partnership with the Pro Bono Center of One Law Partners. This lecture series constitutes a training program for judicial officers, lawyers and law-students, and is accredited by the Korean Bar Association (KBA) and responsible for playing important roles in transforming governance-systems.

Previous Lectures
The First EJ Lecture 2018 "Legal Issues and Challenges of Preventive Stamping Out"
  • 2018-07-08
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The first Earth Jurisprudence lecture of 2018 was held on March 7th at One Law Partners office. Professor Hahm Tae-seong of School of Law, Kangwon University, gave a talk on the topic of stamping out which is the killing of animals as a way of eradicating a disease outbreak. Farm animals such as cattle, poultry raised for slaughter take up more than 90% of stamping out. The process of stamping out is discussed from a legal perspective, to finally question the fundamental relationship between humans and animals.