- Monday, September 13, 2021
- Online Event
Much of modern administrative and environmental law rests on longstanding precedent out of the Supreme Court. States have long relied on these doctrines to protect their rights. Now with changes in both the presidency and the Court, much hangs in the balance. This conversation between Solicitors General covered last term’s cases and the upcoming ones on the Court’s docket, and the potential impact that the cases could have on states. This program was co-hosted by the State Energy & Environmental Impact Center and the State and Local Legal Center.
Solicitor General, Oregon Attorney General
Solicitor General, Oklahoma Attorney General
Solicitor General, West Virginia Attorney General
Chief of Appeals, Manhattan District Attorney’s Office; Former Deputy Solicitor General, New York Attorney General
Director of Strategic Legal Advocacy, Earthjustice