Please join BU Law Alum Adam Peltz, an attorney for the Environmental Defense Fund, for individual advising appointments. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet with Adam on campus to discuss your interests and career goals in environmental, regulatory and international law, learn about his practice at the Environmental Defense Fund and hear the advice he has for new lawyers entering the field.
Adam is an attorney for the Environmental Defense Fund’s (EDF) energy program, where he focuses on natural gas regulation and policy. Mr. Peltz works to ensure that natural gas provides real and sustained carbon benefits without harming the environment or health of the communities where drilling occurs. He started as a legal fellow with EDF in 2011, working on natural gas as well as international climate efforts. During law school, Mr. Peltz studied international development and climate change law, and interned at the Legal Resources Centre in Ghana, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation in Washington, D.C., and with the Geneva, Switzerland-based carbon credit certifier the Gold Standard.
He received a J.D. degree from Boston University School of Law, a Master’s degree in International Relations from Boston University, and an undergraduate degree in Political Science and International Affairs from the University of Chicago. Mr. Peltz is a member of the Bar in New York.
Sign up for individual advising appointments on the board located outside the CDO (13th floor) starting Tuesday, October 23, 2012. Although this is not an interview, please feel free to bring a copy of your resume to your individual advising appointments for informational purposes.