The LSU Journal for Energy Law & Resources will present its annual symposium virtually on Friday, Jan. 27, with legal scholars from across the country discussing recent action taken by Congress and its effects on the energy sector.
The “Congressional Action in the Energy Transition” symposium will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Speakers include:
- Angie Adolph (’94), a partner in the Baton Rouge office of Kean Miller
- Shawn Daray (’18), an associate in the Tax Practice Group of the Jones Walker office in New Orleans
- Keith Hall, Nesser Family Chair of Energy Law at LSU Law, where he also serves as Director of the Mineral Law Institute and Director of the John P. Laborde Energy Law Center
- Jamie Manuel (’01), Assistant Secretary for the Office of Mineral Resources, Louisiana Department of Mineral of Natural Resources
- Dionne M. Rousseau, a partner in the Corporate Practice Group of the Jones Walker office in Baton Rouge
- Paul B. Simon, a member in Lafayette office of Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett
The symposium will focus on issues related to offshore oil drilling, offshore wind development, carbon capture and storage, and Environmental Social Governance (ESG). Professors from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center will moderate the discussions. Attendees can earn up to 4.33 hours of CLE credit.