Wayne Law’s Environmental Law Society and the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center are honored to host a visit from Lee Paddock, Associate Dean for Environmental Law Studies at George Washington University Law School, this Thursday October 22 at 12:10 (Room 2249). His public talk will focus on hydraulic fracturing regulation, citizen enforcement, and corporate enforcement of supply chain requirements.
I’ve known Lee for nearly 15 years, dating back to our days with the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy. Lee had previously managed the Agriculture and Natural Resources Division of the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, and also served as a Senior Consultant to the National Academy of Public Administration, focusing on environmental governance, environmental justice, and the Clean Air Act. I especially appreciate his innovations to improve environmental law enforcement at the federal and state level, and am grateful he is coming to Detroit to share his expertise.