ELAW Moves Into Historic Pearl Street House

In case you missed it…

ELAW was splashed across the cover of yesterday’s Eugene Register-Guard, announcing our new home.

Reporter Diane Dietz writes:

“In its first quarter-century — in rented buildings between Franklin Boulevard and the railroad tracks — ELAW helped a Papua New Guinea lawyer stop destructive gold mining, helped an Ecuadorian attorney prevent oil spills in the Amazon, and helped a Jamaican attorney critique a draft fisheries law in order to protect biodiversity.”

Now we are turning 25 and we have moved into a historic home in Eugene’s Pearl District.

We invite you to tour our new offices next Thursday at our Open House during the annual Pearl District Block Party.

Find more information here.

We hope to see you next Thursday!

If you would like to learn more about our work and how you can support ELAW, visit our website, Facebook, and Twitter

Maggie Keenan
Communications Director
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide