Energy Law Career Panel

September 20, 2012
The Jacob Burns Moot Court Room (L101)
4–6 pm

Please join us for a panel discussion with leading attorneys in the field of energy law. The discussion will focus on ways to establish a career in energy law.  

Welcome Remarks:

Paul Schiff Berman: Dean, Robert Kramer Research Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School

Moderator:

Adrienne E. Clair, J.D. '91: Partner, Stinson Morrison Hecker, LLP

As a member of Stinson Morrison and Heckler's energy group, Ms. Clair's work concentrates on matters involving the electric and natural gas industries before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC.)

Panelists:

Kellie Donnelly: Republican Deputy Chief Counsel at United States Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee

The Energy and Natural Resources Committee has jurisdiction over all energy issues in the Unites States. In this role, Ms. Donnelly focuses on issues before the committee involving electricity and renewable energy.

Sue Kelly, J.D. '80: Vice President of Policy Analysis and General Counsel, American Public Power Association (APPA)

Ms. Sue Kelly helps the APPA formulate policy and advocacy strategies in matters before the FERC, federal courts, and other industry and governmental forums.

Amanda Mertens Campbell: Vice President, Government Relations, GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy

Ms. Campbell is the former general counsel for the House Energy and Commerce Committee. 

Suedeen Kelly: Partner, Patton Boggs LLP;

Ms. Suedeen Kelly is the former commissioner of the Federal Energy Regulatory Committee.


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