ELS Coffee Hour on the Deepwater Horizon Gulf Oil Spill
On November 11, 2010, the Environmental Law Society, in conjunction with the Environmental Law Program, hosted a coffee hour to discuss the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The discussion featured Practitioner-in-Resident Bill Snape (who is also Senior Counsel at the Center for Biological Diversity) and John Dupuy, the Assistant Inspector General in the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Interior. The discussion focused on the legal implications of the catastrophic oil spill and the changes in the agency's regulations.
John Dupuy, Assistant Inspector General in the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Interior, and Bill Snape, WCL Environmental Law Fellow, discuss the legal implications of the Gulf Oil Spill during a coffee hour at WCL.
WCL Students engage in discussion with John Dupuy and Bill Snape about the Gulf Oil Spill disaster and the potential legal implications that will arise out of the spill.
Members of the 2010-2011 Environmental Law Society Board, including Laura Peterson, Emmett Pepper, and Winfield Wilson with Professor Andy Popper, John Dupuy, and Professor Bill Snape.
WCL students engage in conversation with John Dupuy after his discussions of the legal implications of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico that began in April 2010.