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 Third 2019 Earth Jurisprudence Lecture] Hyejin Jung and Sangmi Cho (May 13)
  • 2019-08-08
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The third lecture of this year’s Earth Jurisprudence Lecture Series was held on May 13 at Yujae. The lecture with the title of “Earth Jurisprudence in Practice around the World,” was given by Hyejin Jung, attorney at law and director of the Earth Jurisprudence Center, and Sangmi Cho, attorney at law. Both lecturers talked about how earth jurisprudence is being practiced in various countries, with Ms. Jung focusing on earth jurisprudence and the UN and Ms. Cho introducing a mock trial case on Rights of Nature.

The detailed information of the lecture is available in Korean in the link below.