Supreme Court Year in Review: The Environmental Cases and A Review of Justice Gorsuch’s Environmental Jurisprudence
1:30 PM GMT
The Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources and the Section's Constitutional Law Committee; Agricultural Management Committee; Air Quality Committee; Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee; Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems Committee; Energy Markets and Finance Committee; Energy, Infrastructure, Siting, and Reliability Committee; Environmental Disclosure Committee; Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee; Environmental Litigation and Toxic Torts Committee; Government and Private Sector Innovation Committee; Hydro Power Committee; In-House Counsel Committee; International Environmental and Resources Law Committee; Marine Resources Committee; Native American Resources Committee; Nuclear Law Committee; Oil and Gas Committee; Petroleum Marketing Committee; Renewable Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources Committee; Science and Technology Committee; Superfund and Natural Resource Damages Litigation Committee; Water Quality and Wetlands Committee; Water Resources Committee.
The Constitutional Law Committee is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar on two cases relevant to environmental law from the 2016–2017 U.S. Supreme Court term:
• Murr v. Wisconsin: The Supreme Court announces a new test for regulatory takings—when government regulation becomes so much of a burden on property rights that it amounts to a taking under the Fifth Amendment.
• Town of Chester v. Laroe Estates, Inc: The Supreme Court addresses the requirements for intervening as of right. This ruling will impact many environmental and energy cases, where intervention by third parties occurs regularly.
Panelist will also review Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch’s environmental jurisprudence and his potential impact on the Supreme Court.
Stewart Harris, Professor, Lincoln Memorial University—Duncan School of Law, Knoxville, KY
Norman Dupont, Partner, Ring Bender LLP, Irvine, CA
John Echeverria, Professor, at Vermont Law School, South Royalton, VT
Sarah Shalf, Professor, Emory Law School, Atlanta, GA
The ABA is not seeking CLE credit for this program.
You will not receive CLE credit for listening.