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Legal Voices for the Future

Dr Franziska Arnold-Dwyer participated in a panel discussion on 'Climate Change and Risk' organised by Legal Voices for the Future (LVF) and hosted at the LSE Grantham Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.

Dr Franziska Arnold-Dwyer speaking at the Legal Voices for the Future panel.

Photo credit: Catalina Becerra Trujillo.

LVF is a collaborative learning forum established by junior practitioners from different fields of law, whose objective is to give voice to a new generation of lawyers and to bring fresh perspective, innovation and determination to pressing global issues such as climate change.

The session opened with an introduction on the role of insurance by Lucia Williams, followed by a panel discussion with Julie Luanco, Melanie Martin and Dr Franziska Arnold-Dwyer, on the contributions that the insurance sector can make in the global fight against climate change, carbon sequestration, carbon credit markets and accounting for nature loss.

Dr Arnold-Dwyer, Senior Lecturer in Insurance Law, Contract Law and Sustainability at Queen Mary of University of London, presented her new book 'Insurance, Climate Change and the Law'. Find out about joining the LVF as a law student or getting involved in their educational activities.



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