18th International Wildlife Law Conference -
Registration for the conference is now open until March 30, 2018. To secure your participation in the conference, please complete and submit the registration form. The venue’s capacity is limited, so the sooner you register, the more likely it is that you will secure a place. Thanks to the generous support of Tilburg Law School, no fee will be charged for participation in the conference as such; however, as explained below, fees will be charged for participation in the additional events surrounding the conference.
A conference dinner will take place on the evening of April 18 in Tilburg University’s nicely located Faculty Club and will consist of a tasty and ‘low-wildlife-footprint’ walking dinner. The cost of participation in the conference dinner is 45 euros per person.
An optional post-conference field trip to National Park ‘De Biesbosch’ will be held on April 20, in partnership with Staatsbosbeheer. A typical Dutch wetland, the Biesbosch is the scene of successful habitat restoration projects, and beaver, osprey, and white-tailed eagle have recently returned as reproducing species. The area will be explored on foot as well as by boat, and the field trip also includes a visit to the state-of-the-art Biesbosch Museum Island. Participants will depart from Tilburg by bus at 09h00 and be back in Tilburg at approximately 16h00, or can alternatively get off the bus at Dordrecht train station at approximately 15h00 (which may be convenient for those traveling to Schiphol Airport or other destinations). The cost of participating is, again, 45 euros per person, which includes lunch. Places on the field trip are limited (and subject to a lower maximum than the conference itself).