Environmental Law Society
Welcome to the Widener Law Environmental Law Society (ELS) information page! The ELS seeks to help protect and clean the environment for current and future generations, educate the legal community about environmental issues, and provide Widener law students with social opportunities that simultaneously benefit the environment. In addition, we are an active member of the National Association of Environmental Law Societies (NAELS).

ELS activities include re-implementing a campus-wide recycling program, attending environmental law conferences, planning special events, and our annual Earth Day stream clean up. All Widener law students and staff are encouraged to join the ELS and participate in its activities.

Our office and mailbox are located on the base floor of Concord Hall.

Want to learn more? Contact us.

Ada Husten

Pat DeArmy

Faculty Advisor
Professor Ken Kristl