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Keystone Pipeline. What's Next? American University Washington College of Law

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

November 8, 2017

8:30 am - 3:00 pm

American University Washington College of Law
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20016
Warren Building - Terrace Level - Room NT01

Presented by American University Business Law Review
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.
Panel Overview

Panel I (9:30 am – 11:00 am)
Legal Challenges Preventing Construction of the Keystone Pipeline
Moderator: Mark Niles, Professor at AUWCL
Panelists:
1.    Wayne D’Angelo, Partner at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
2.    Doug Hayes, Senior Attorney at the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program
3.    William J. Snape, III, Senior Counsel for the Center for Biological Diversity; AUWCL Assistant Dean of Adjunct Faculty Affairs; Fellow in Environmental Law
4.    Benjamin Nussdorf, Senior Policy Advisor for the Office of Oil and Gas Global Security and Supply in the Office of Fossil Energy at the Department of Energy; AUWCL Oil and Gas Professor

Panel II (11:00 am – 12:30 pm)
Economic Effects of the Keystone Pipeline
Moderator: Jeffrey Lubbers, Professor at AUWCL
Panelists:
5.    Mark Anderson, Senior Government Relations Advisor at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
6.    Brian Jorde, Attorney at Domina Law Group, pc llo
7.    Fred Jauss, Partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP
8.    Anthony Swift, Director of the Canada Project, International Program, at the Natural Resources Defense Council

Panel III (1:00 pm – 2:30 pm)
Societal Effects of the Keystone Pipeline
Moderator: Mark Niles, Professor at AUWCL
Panelists:
9.    Lee Terry, Senior Advisor at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP; Former U.S. Representative (R-Nebraska)
10.    Ezra Rosser, Professor at AUWCL
11.    Jane Kleeb, Chairperson of the Nebraska Democratic Party; President of the Bold Alliance
12.    Marlo Lewis, Senior Analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute 


Registration is free but required

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

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