EBA's Louisiana Chapter and the Tulane Law School, the Tulane Center for Environmental Law, the Tulane ByWater Institute, the Tulane Center for Energy Law, the Tulane Environment and Energy Law Society, and the Tulane Energy Institute are excited to welcome Dr. Virginia Burkett, Chief Scientist, Climate Change and Land Use, U.S. Geological Survey, who will speak to attendees on Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and Impact on the Coast on Thursday, September 13th at Tulane Law School in Room 257.
The program will also feature a brief lecture from Louisiana Chapter leaders on careers in energy law and highlight the many benefits of EBA membership. This program will be followed by an informal lunch reception.
There is no charge for the event, as we invite you to come experience what the Louisiana Chapter has to offer!
One of the greatest benefits of joining EBA is the relationships you will develop. There are a number of opportunities to volunteer and to attend programs where you will have the opportunity to network with others in the energy law space.
We are anticipating robust attendance from students at Tulane and we would like to provide them with an opportunity to have substantive conversations with practicing lawyers in a social environment.
If you are a practicing attorney available to attend the reception starting at 12:30 pm and visit with the student attendees, please contact Michele L. Smith, Senior Manager, Marketing & Member Relations at email@example.com.
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For more information on this event, please contact the Energy Bar Association at (202) 223-5625 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org