November Update: CSLDF Releases New Guide and Upcoming AGU Events
CSLDF Releases Notice & Comment Guide
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This year, CSLDF is offering a range of events at the American Geophysical Union’s 2022 Fall Meeting in Chicago. We will be presenting two sessions at the conference and for virtual attendees:
- “How Scientists Can Be Involved in Scientific and Political Activism,” Town Hall, Tuesday 6 Dec from 10:00am-11:00am CT. In this session, our attorneys will discuss ways that scientists can apply their expertise towards the policy and lawmaking process, both as scientists and private citizens, while avoiding potential professional pitfalls. More details available here.
- “How Scientists Can Engage in Government Rulemaking,” Monday 12 Dec from 9:40am-9:50am CT. In this informal workshop, our attorneys will discuss what the notice-and-comment rulemaking process generally entails, and why participating in it is important for scientists who want to effect policy change. More details available here.
Additionally, CSLDF attorneys will be providing free, confidential legal consultations to AGU attendees who have legal questions or concerns related to their work; these will be held over Zoom or on the phone. Use this link or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a 30 minute appointment.
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