Washington, D.C.- Summer Spotlight: Hot Topics in the Law

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Tuesday, June 5, 2018

5:30 PM

7:30 PM

The Occidental Grill | 1475 Pennsylvania Avenue NW | Washington, D.C.

As part of the UNC School of Law Summer Spotlight series, we are proud to present Hot Topics in the Law: Finding Common

Ground on Clean Energy, a conversation with Carolina Law Professor Jonas Monast and Former FERC Chair Norman Bay.

Bay recently wrote “While the power industry and environmentalists will not always see eye-to-eye and each side must have reasonable expectations, they have powerful incentives to work together. Making the environmental choice is increasingly the economic one.” Join us as Monast and Bay discuss the pathways to a cleaner energy future.   

This program, in addition to showcasing the mission and work of Carolina Law’s Center for Climate, Energy, Environment & Economics (CE3) , provides a unique opportunity to connect local alumni with current students working in D.C. over the summer, as well as admitted students in the area. Our programs thrive on the prominent presence of our alumni to provide advice and support to 1L and 2L summer associates and help the law school recruit the incoming class of 2021. We hope that you will join us for this informative presentation, and to show your support for Carolina Law.

Register for this or other Carolina Law events at http://alumni.law.unc.edu/events. For additional information, contact Kelly Mann at mann@unc.edu or 919-445-0170. 

 
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