Date

Date : May 16, 2018
Time : 10:00 am

Venue

Faculty of Law
University of Colombo
P.O. Box 1490, Colombo 03

Vision

Kindling a long-lasting desire among youth for seeking sustainable solutions to the environmental crisis situation that the world is facing.

Mission

Raising Awareness of the numerous environmental issues prevailing today, encouraging the undergraduates of the Faculty of Law as well as the student population of Sri Lanka to engage in discourse leading to the seeking of solutions to the environmental issues that affect them.

No-Plastic Assignment Submission Policy

The ‘Law Goes Green-2018’ (LGG) initiative was conceived with the aspiration of making the Faculty of Law a more environmentally friendly institute of academic excellence.

Green Drama Competition

The Green Drama Competition is a platform which allows Law students to sharpen their creative skills and portray current and pressing environmental-social issues through the medium of drama.

Tree Planting Campaign

A tree planting campaign will be held at the Faculty of Law premises on Wednesday, 16th May 2018 under the aegis of Ms.Otara Gunewardene, Founder of Embark and Otara Foundation.

Final Awarding Ceremony

The Tree Planting Campaign will be followed by the Final Awarding Ceremony of Law Goes Green on the afternoon of the same day, from 2.00-5.00 pm at the New Arts Theater, University of Colombo

Law goes Green – 2018

Department of Public and International Law of the Faculty of Law is planning to hold the annual environmental law programme named “Law Goes Green 2018” in the month of May that  celebrates the passionate activism of students of the law towards building a greener, healthier and safer world for all beings. Law Goes Green in 2018 for the 5th consecutive time aspires to spark interest of university as well as school students and the community as a whole, in environmental threats looming ahead. For this year, we have an interesting lineup of events planned to raise awareness on challenges to environmental protection and the importance of sustainable development. 

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