Fall 2021 Symposium

Join the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum on November 12, 2021 for its Fall Symposium, Trends in Natural Resources Law. This Fall’s Symposium will focus on Native American and Tribal Land across the United States and the roles litigation, regulation, and innovation.

Given the present circumstances, the Symposium will have a hybrid format. Those outside of the Duke Community are welcome to join the Symposium virtually via zoom. 

If you are interested in attending, please register in advance for this meeting at:

https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMucuytrzIjH9MjFQriBEvrqu4ESe1DPIX2

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Attendance is open to the public.

Location [Duke Community Only]:
Field Auditorium, Grainger Hall
Circuit Dr, Durham, NC 27710
Durham, NC 27708

Please see the Duke parking map for more information.

 

 

Schedule of Events:  

1pm – 1:15pm (ET) – Introduction

1:15pm – 2pm (ET) – Trends in Environmental Justice

  • Panelist:
    • Karen Jarratt-Snider (Northern Arizona University)
    • James R. May (S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah)
    • John Dernbach (Widener University Delaware Law School)
  • Q&A

2pm – 3:15pm (ET) – Resource Law Use on Native and Tribal Lands

  • Panelist:
    • Greg Buzzard (Crowe & Dunlevy)
    • Danielle Hiraldo (Udall Center for Public Policy, University of Arizona)
    • Victoria Sutton (Texas Tech University School of Law)
  • Q&A

3:15 – 3:45pm (ET) – Break

  • Refreshments available in courtyard 

3:45 – 4:30 (ET) – Developments in Natural Resources Law

  • Panelist:
    • Henry Gargan (Southern Environmental Law Center)
    • Ryke Longest (Duke Law School)
    • Gussie Lord (Earthjustice)
  • Q&A 

4:30pm – 5pm (ET) – networking opportunity

  • Refreshments available in courtyard

Fall 2021 Symposium

Join the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum on November 12, 2021 for its Fall Symposium, Trends in Natural Resources Law. This Fall’s Symposium will focus on Native American and Tribal Land across the United States and the roles litigation, regulation, and innovation.

Given the present circumstances, the Symposium will have a hybrid format. Those outside of the Duke Community are welcome to join the Symposium virtually via zoom. 

If you are interested in attending, please register in advance for this meeting at:

https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMucuytrzIjH9MjFQriBEvrqu4ESe1DPIX2

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Attendance is open to the public.

Location [Duke Community Only]:
Field Auditorium, Grainger Hall
Circuit Dr, Durham, NC 27710
Durham, NC 27708

Please see the Duke parking map for more information.

 

 

Schedule of Events:  

1pm – 1:15pm (ET) – Introduction

1:15pm – 2pm (ET) – Trends in Environmental Justice

  • Panelist:
    • Karen Jarratt-Snider (Northern Arizona University)
    • James R. May (S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah)
    • John Dernbach (Widener University Delaware Law School)
  • Q&A

2pm – 3:15pm (ET) – Resource Law Use on Native and Tribal Lands

  • Panelist:
    • Greg Buzzard (Crowe & Dunlevy)
    • Danielle Hiraldo (Udall Center for Public Policy, University of Arizona)
    • Victoria Sutton (Texas Tech University School of Law)
  • Q&A

3:15 – 3:45pm (ET) – Break

  • Refreshments available in courtyard 

3:45 – 4:30 (ET) – Developments in Natural Resources Law

  • Panelist:
    • Henry Gargan (Southern Environmental Law Center)
    • Ryke Longest (Duke Law School)
    • Gussie Lord (Earthjustice)
  • Q&A 

4:30pm – 5pm (ET) – networking opportunity

  • Refreshments available in courtyard