Presents the EENR Speaker Series for Spring 2014
Professor Hannah Wiseman
Thursday, February 20, 2014
As the United States produces more of its own energy resources, land use and nuisance-based issues associated with energy development have heightened conflicts between state and local governments. Professor Wiseman will apply concepts from traditional federalism to the state and local level, suggesting where we might locate authority over expanding energy infrastructure and operations. She has written extensively on these issues as they relate to both hydraulic fracturing and renewable energy development. She currently teaches at Florida State University College of Law. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EENR Center Speaker Series is made possible through the generous support of Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, Vinson & Elkins LLP, Blackburn Carter, P.C. and the Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.
The University of Houston Law Center is located off of Interstate 45, just south of downtown Houston.
To reach the Law Center from I-45 northbound, take the Elgin-Cullen/Lockwood exit, turn left at the light, and proceed under the freeway to the traffic light at Entrance 18 where you will take a left. Take a left at the first inner-campus road and follow it as it turns right and deposits you at a four-way stop. Turn left, and the Law Center buildings will be on your left, with metered parking available to your right in Parking Lot 19B.
To reach the Law Center from I-45 southbound, take the Spur 5 exit and follow it to the first stop light (University Drive). Turn right, and proceed past the Campus Wellness Center to the stop light (Calhoun). Turn right, and proceed past Calhoun Lofts to the last entrance on your left before Calhoun “dead ends.” Parking Lot 19B is on your right, with the Law Center complex flanking the bronze statue of Albertus Magnus. Metered parking is available.
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