"Has the Supreme Court Derailed EPA's

Climate Programs?"
 

A Discussion NOT Just for Lawyers

 

 

Come Join Us On

Thursday, October 13, 2022

at 4 PM Eastern

 

A panel of distinguished EPA and DOJ Alumni discuss the practical effects of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision on EPA's efforts to combat climate change as well as its possible impact on other environmental programs.

 

PLEASE REGISTER HERE 

 

We are looking forward to incorporating your questions in the discussion. (You can send questions in advance to epaalumni@aol.com or put them in the chat function during the Zoom
meeting).
 
After you have registered, you will receive the Zoom Sign-in Information
in an email closer to the event. 

 

If you know EPA employees who might be interested in this event, please share this email with them.

 

We will be breaking out into small group discussions after the Session

so Members can continue the conversation and catch up with colleagues

if they wish.

 

 

Jon Cannon, Moderator

Jon Cannon is the Blaine T. Phillips Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law Emeritus at the University of Virginia School of Law. He  held various positions at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, including General Counsel (1995-98) and Assistant Administrator for Administration and Resources Management and Chief Financial Officer (1993-95). 


John Cruden
John C. Cruden is a Principal at the law firm of Beveridge and Diamond and an adjunct professor at George Washington University.  He is the past Assistant Attorney General, Environment and Natural Resources Division, USDOJ.

Gwen Keyes Fleming

Gwen is currently Partner and Co-Chair, Environmental Practice Group, in DLA Piper.  She served as Principal Legal Advisor (General Counsel) for Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and as Chief of Staff to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during the Obama Administration.


Bob Perciasepe

Bob Perciasepe has been an environmental policy leader in and outside government for more than 40 years, most recently as the president of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES).  Prior to serving as C2ES’s president Bob was the longest serving Deputy Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Mike Vandenbergh

Professor Vandenbergh is the David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair of Law at Vanderbilt University Law School, Director of the Climate Change Research Network, and Co-Director of the Energy, Environment and Land Use Program.  He served as Chief of Staff of the Environmental Protection Agency from 1993-95.