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Events with the Center for Law, Energy & the Environment

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— Upcoming Events — 


Reception with Berkeley Law Dean Chemerinsky

Saturday, October 19, 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Yosemite Environmental Law Conference, Tenaya Lodge

Regarded as the most influential scholar in U.S. legal education, Erwin Chemerinsky joined Berkeley Law as Dean in 2017. Since assuming this role, he has ushered in exciting changes at the law school, moving toward his vision of Berkeley Law being in or near the top five law schools nationwide. Berkeley Law’s Center for Law, Energy & the Environment (CLEE) is proud to host a meet-and-greet reception with Dean Chemerinsky at the 2019 Yosemite Environmental Law Conference.

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Current Topics & Trends in California Energy Law

Monday, November 4 and Tuesday, November 5, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
UC Berkeley School of Law

Join us for a two-day program for energy law practitioners, attorneys and other professionals interested in learning more about energy topics. Subjects covered include wildfire and utilities; renewable energy siting; energy storage deployment; community choice aggregation; and reducing transportation emissions. MCLE credits will be offered.

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Save the Date: Environmental Awards Banquet

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Ecology Law Quarterly‘s Annual Banquet is a celebration of all that our fellow students, faculty, alumni, and environmental law practitioners have accomplished at Berkeley Law this year. It provides an opportunity for us to come together in one place and reconnect with the environmental law community, see the new and old faces of the journal, and to foster greater connectivity between students and those working in the field. The banquet also serves as a fundraiser for summer fellowships to support students pursuing work in public interest environmental law.