Jan. 22, 2020 - An article by a University of Houston Law Center 3L student and a recent graduate is currently being featured in the January 2020 issue of Environmental Law Institute's Environmental Law Reporter.
"The Case for a Legislated Market in Minimum Recycled Content for Plastics," was authored by 3L student Rachael Beavers Horne and 2019 graduate Chantal Carriere, who currently works as an associate at White & Case in Houston.
Beavers Horne currently serves as Senior Notes & Comments Editor for the Houston Law Review. She is also the president of the University of Houston’s Environment and Energy Law Society.
Carriere, a 2019 summa cum laude graduate, worked on numerous environmental and energy projects during her law school tenure. She was a member of the International Energy Lawyers Program, a joint initiative between the University of Calgary Faculty of Law and the Law Center. The program allows students to complete an American and Canadian law degree in four years, and will enable them to apply for admission to bars in both countries.
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