After 17 years as in-house counsel at a corporation, Wisla Heneghan transitioned to a nonprofit focused on environmental law.
Tag: environmental law
As an attorney for the DOJ and EPA, Quentin Pair (’71) helped develop environmental justice practices within the federal government.
Professor Jay Wexler on writing hist latest book, When God Isn’t Green.
Nathaniel Morse (’17) Joins Orr & Reno PR.com
Dan Worth (’01) Interviewed by Midwest Energy News
Sasha George (’16) works at the intersection of law and the environment.
Article by Pamela Hill appears in OUPblog, “Is science being taken out of environmental protection?”
BU Law Lecturer Pamela Hill (’77) breaks down the complex subject in Oxford University Press book.
Pam Hill (’77) authors “What has happened to environmental protection?” OUPblog.
Environmental Justice Leader Quentin Pair (’71) Leads Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Vermont Law School
Retired United States Department of Justice (DOJ) attorney Quentin C. Pair (’71) will lead a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at Vermont Law School with a discussion of the environmental justice and civil rights movements. The celebration and Pair’s talk, open to the public and press, will take place from 12:45 to 2 p.m. […]