Wednesday, March 27
King Hall, room 1002
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Lines In the Sand: Contrasting Strategies for Environmental Advocacy in the 21st Century
Joel Reynolds is NRDC's Western Director and principal institutional representative in the West. He joined NRDC as a Senior Attorney in 1990, after ten years with the Center for Law in the Public Interest and the Western Center on Law and Poverty, both in Los Angeles. Since 1980, he has specialized in complex law reform litigation, arguing cases on behalf of environmental and community organizations at all levels of the federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He has led several of NRDC's largest campaigns, including campaigns to protect the gray whale birthing lagoon and World Heritage Site at Laguna San Ignacio in Baja California, to reduce ocean noise pollution, and, most recently, to stop the Pebble Mine in southwest Alaska.
He has twice been selected California Attorney of the Year in the environmental law category and was recently appointed Chairman of the Board of the Tejon Ranch Conservancy, one of the largest land trusts in California. He is a frequent contributor to the Opinion pages of major media like The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, The Huffington Post, and other leading newspapers in California. From 1986 to 1990, he was an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California Law Center. He graduated from Columbia Law School in 1978.
Lunch will be served.
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