Supreme Court: Recent Environmental, Energy, and Resources Cases and a Review of Judge Kavanaugh’s Environmental Jurisprudence
12 PM EDT
Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, and the Section's Constitutional Law Committee.
Join SEER’s Constitutional Law Committee for an upcoming webinar and 26th Fall Conference educational panel preview. Leading Supreme Court scholars will provide an in-depth review of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, including the following:
• National Association of Manufacturers v. Department of Defense: The Supreme Court announces that challenges to the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule must be filed in federal district court.
• Florida v. Georgia: The Supreme Court holds that Florida made a legally sufficient showing regarding entitlement to the equitable allocation of water from an interstate river basin.
• Lucia v. SEC: The Supreme Court holds that SEC administrative law judges are “officers of the United States,” subject to the Constitution’s appointments clause.
Panelists will also review Judge Kavanaugh’s environmental jurisprudence and his potential impact on the Supreme Court.
Mary Ann Grena Manley, Deputy Editorial Director, Bloomberg Environment, Arlington, VA
Alice Kaswan, Professor and Dean’s Circle Scholar, University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, CA
James May, Distinguished Professor of Law, Widener University Delaware Law School, Wilmington, DE
These same panelists and others will continue this conversation, and address upcoming Supreme Court cases, in San Diego at the 26th Fall Conference.
This is a non-CLE webinar.
Participants will not receive CLE credit.