- Tuesday, September 26, 2023
- Online Event
As part of NYC Climate Week, the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center at NYU School of Law was joined by Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes, who just came into office this year, in a discussion about her priorities and approach to pressing climate and environmental issues.
This event was co-sponsored by Arizona State University’s Environmental Law Society and Government and Public Interest Law Student Association, the Environmental Law Society at St. John’s Law, New York University Environmental Law Society, and Cardozo Environmental Law Society.
Bethany Davis Noll
Executive Director, State Energy & Environmental Impact Center
AG Kris Mayes
Arizona Attorney General
Kris Mayes is one of Arizona’s strongest consumer advocates and an attorney who has distinguished herself as a fighter for the people in a lifetime of public service. Kris studied political science and journalism at Arizona State University and went to work as a reporter. She later earned a Masters of Public Administration from Columbia University and her law degree from ASU. Prior to her election as Attorney General, Mayes worked as a professor at ASU’s School of Global Sustainability and taught a course on energy law for the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU. She is honored to serve as Arizona’s 27th Attorney General, becoming the first mom and second woman ever to be elected to the office. She looks forward to continuing working on behalf of Arizonans as the top law enforcement official and consumer guardian in the state. A Lawyer for the People.
AG Brian Frosh
Former Maryland Attorney General
Brian Frosh served as Maryland’s 46th Attorney General from 2015 to 2023. During his two terms AG, Brian Frosh worked to ensure fairness, equality and justice for all Marylanders. Prior to being elected AG, he had been an attorney in private practice since 1976.