What’s in Our Future: The Key Trends and Developments in Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law That Will Change Our Practices
Date: Friday, May 2, 2014
Format: Live Webinar
Duration: 120 minutes
Part of the State of the Practice: Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law Series
11:00 AM-1:00 PM Eastern
10:00 AM-12:00 PM Central
9:00 AM-11:00 AM Mountain
8:00 AM-10:00 AM Pacific
State of the Practice: Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law
Environment, energy, and resources practitioners have always dealt with change, learning to anticipate trends and to adapt their skills and expertise to address emerging issues. Rapid technological advances, sweeping regulatory initiatives, and emerging issues in climate change, sustainability, and energy development are rapidly reshaping the core practice areas for attorneys in this field making environment, energy and resources law some of the fastest growing and most dynamic fields of practice. What changes will the future bring? What substantive skills and areas of expertise will lawyers need to adapt to the new legal landscape in these practice areas? What are the growing practice areas where attorneys should develop expertise?
This panel will explore emerging issues and the future directions of environment, energy and natural resources law that practicing lawyers should know to prepare for the future.
David R. Hill
Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Vice President, Environment, Health & Safety
New York, NY
Janice M. Schneider
Latham & Watkins
J.B. Ruhl (Moderator)
Professor, David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law, Co-Director of the Energy, Environment and Land Use Program
Vanderbilt Law School
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