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University now says it destroyed original plaintiffs’ lawyer email, too CLW readers recall UCLA Law School’s claim that, while it produced a January 19 – 22, 2018 email thread between Prof. Ann Carlson and “climate nuisance” plaintiffs’ law firm Sher Edling — a ‘pro bono’ client as part of her UCLA work — it could […]
CLW readers know about Government Accountability & Oversight’s (GAO) Public Records Act litigation against UCLA Law School, filed on behalf of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. This involves records of two faculty, including professor Ann Carlson, both a consultant to the climate litigation industry and a media go-to for ostensibly neutral (if reliably admiring) assessment of […]
By Chris Horner On April 25, 2016, Harvard Law School and the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) held a meeting with activists, public officials, and lawyers to, in part, “share legal and scientific information having an important bearing on potential investigations and lawsuits” against the energy industry. One participant described the briefing, in two separate […]
By Chris Horner As Climate Litigation Watch noted earlier this week, a Friday document production from UCLA sheds further light on that public institution’s law school and its role in the Climate Litigation Industry. In it we see UCLA Prof. Ann Carlson cite to “Involvement of sophisticated environmental tort lawyers” as one reason to expect […]