A big change is coming to this year's Environment, Energy, & Natural Resources Law Section Annual Meeting and CLE Program in Asheville.
It will be the first three-state joint conference that brings together environmental attorneys, regulators, and consultants from Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina for continuing legal education and professional developments.
The program emphasizes federal and regional environmental issues in all three states and will include state-specific topics in break-out sessions. Environmental attorney Amy Wang will moderate a panel about coastal development issues. It is one of many featured panels throughout the event.
The Annual Meeting kicks off Thursday, May 10 with a reception for early birds. The main program starts Friday, May 11 and runs through Saturday, May 12. Attendees can earn up to seven continuing legal education credits.