Nov 08 Wed
2017

What's Next in the Pipeline? A discussion of the Legal, Economic, and Societal Implications of The Keystone XL Pipeline

08:30AM - 03:00PM Washington College of Law NT01

The American University Business Law Review (“AUBLR”) will host a discussion between leading energy, environmental law and policy professionals from major law firms, environmental groups and think tanks. The panelists will discuss the legal, economic, and societal implications of the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline project during their Fall 2017 Symposium on Wednesday, November 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The program will be held in the Ceremonial Classroom (NT01), Warren Building, American University Washington College of Law, 4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Washington, DC.

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8:30AM-9:00AM Registration (coffee and pastries will be served)

9:00AM-9:10AM Welcome from Hilary Rosenthal, Editor-in-Chief, and Joshua Arons, Symposium Editor, American University Business Law Review

9:10AM-9:30 AM Opening Remarks from Professor Mark Niles

9:30AM-11:00 AM Panel I: Legal Challenges Preventing the Construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Moderator: Mark Niles, Professor at American University Washington College of Law

Panelists

Wayne D’Angelo, Partner at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Doug Hayes, Senior Attorney at the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program

William J. Snape, III, Professor, Assistant Dean of Adjunct Faculty Affairs, and Environmental Law Fellow at American University Washington College of Law

Benjamin Nussdorf, Attorney Advisor at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; Adjunct Professor of Oil and Gas Law at American University Washington College of Law

Brian Jorde, Attorney at the Domina Law Group, pc llo

11:00AM-12:30 PM: Panel II: Economic Effects of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Moderator: Jeffrey Lubbers, Professor at American University Washington College of Law

Panelists

Mark Anderson, Senior Government Relations Advisor at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Fred Jauss, Partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Anthony Swift, Director of the Canada Project at Natural Resources Defense Council

Brian Jorde, Attorney at the Domina Law Group, pc llo


12:30PM-1:00 PM: Lunch

1:00PM-2:30 PM: Panel III: Societal Effects of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Moderator: Bettina Poirier, Professor at American University Washington College of Law


Panelists

Lee Terry, Senior Advisor at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP; Former U.S. Representative (R- Nebraska)

Ezra Rosser, Professor at American University Washington College of Law

Jane Kleeb, Chairperson of the Nebraska Democratic Party; President of Bold Alliance

Marlo Lewis, Senior Analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute

2:30PM-3:00 PM Closing remarks by Hilary Rosenthal and Professor Mark Niles

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CLE registration is $220. 4 CLE credits will be applied for.
For more details, please contact the Office of Special Events & Continuing Legal Education

Organizer

Special Events & Continuing Legal Education

Special Events & CLE

202-274-4075
secle@wcl.american.edu

Where

Washington College of Law
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20016