Professor May Elected a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers
Web Editor - Published: October 6, 2009
May300x266Faculty_deOn Friday, October 2nd Widener Law Professor James May was elected and inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers at the 2009 Annual Meeting held this year from October 1st through the 3rd at the Portland Regency in Portland, Maine.

In addition to the induction of new Fellows, Friday’s events featured a keynote speech from former Maine Governor Angus King as well as panel discussions on Climate Change Legislation and Regulation and Climate Change Litigation.

A professional association of distinguished lawyers who specialize in environmental law, The American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL) seeks to facilitate the evolution of environmental law and policy at both the state and federal level. Membership invitations are offered to those practitioners recognized by their peers as experts in the field of environmental law.