Congratulations go to GW Law’s Environmental and Energy Law Program on receiving the 2014 ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Award for Distinguished Achievement in Environmental Law and Policy. The award, presented at the ABA annual meeting in August, recognizes the collective...
Nicholas Bryner, JD ‘12, returned to GW Law this fall as the new environmental program fellow.  While at GW, Mr. Bryner simultaneously earned a master’s degree in Latin American and hemispheric studies from the Elliott School of International Affairs. 
Adrienne Thompson joined  GW Law this fall as the new energy law scholar and research associate.  A native of the Pacific Northwest, she spent two years traveling in South America and studying Mandarin Chinese in Beijing before attending Lewis & Clark Law School to study environmental...
The 2014 Jamie Grodsky Prize for Environmental Law Scholarship was awarded to Molly Masterton for her paper, “Promoting Marine and Hydrokinetic Energy and Managing Environmental Risk: Toward an Adaptive Management Strategy.”  Ms. Masterton’s innovative paper highlights the...
GW Law’s Sustainable Energy Initiative (SEI) welcomed its new advisory board this spring. The board, composed of alumni and other prominent energy practitioners, provides financial support and strategic direction for SEI. 
As part of GW Law’s Sustainable Energy Initiative, many faculty and students have been actively involved in a Community of Practice (CoP) on the Legal Aspects of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All). 
The 2014 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Environmental Law Symposium, co-sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute and the University of Houston Law Center, brought together dozens of experts from the federal government, academic institutions, and NGOs to discuss the role of planning in federal...
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