Justin Neal attends The Environmental Law Foundation Anniversary Reception at Clarence House
30th November, 2016
The Environmental Law Foundation celebrated its 25th Anniversary on Thursday 24th November with a reception at Clarence House. Founded in 1991, the charity was set up to give ordinary people and communities a voice on matters affecting the environment. The reception was hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales, the charity’s President. In attendance was one of our specialist Environmental lawyers, Justin Neal.
Justin has worked with the Foundation on several cases and has helped establish a system for dealing with enquiries from community groups.
“This is a great charity which provides an effective system of advice and representation for those concerned about the environment and environmental decision making by government bodies” said Justin. “The support from the Prince of Wales and so many loyal and dedicated lawyers means that it will continue its important work at a time of legal uncertainty for the environment.”
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