The U.S. Supreme Court; the Environment – It’s Not Too Late to Get Briefed

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Recently, Berkeley Law’s environmental faculty presented a fast-paced, informative webcast on the numerous, key environmental law decisions handed down by the United Supreme Court in its just-concluded Term. The 90-minute webcast was sponsored and hosted by Berkeley Law’s Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE).

Berkeley Law professors Dan Farber, Holly Doremus, Eric Biber and CLEE Executive Director Richard Frank also preview the Supreme Court’s environmental docket for the upcoming, 2009-10 Term, and discuss the effect changes in membership of the Court are likely to have on future  environmental law and policy.

Did you miss the live broadcast, but are interested in seeing it? No problem! The webcast is posted and available for viewing on CLEE’s website, and can be accessed here. For practicing attorneys who want continuing legal education credits, the CLEE webcast is certified and available for that purpose, for a small fee. Details on obtaining CLE credit can similarly be found through the above link to CLEE’s website.

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Richard Frank is Professor of Environmental Practice and Director of the U. C. Davis School of Law’s California Environmental Law & Policy Center. From 2006-2010, …

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