Virtual Guest Speakers 

April 17:

Kim Diana Connolly - Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina School of Law
Topic: Essential Fish Habitat
Biography
Virtual Lecture  (Real Audio format)
Powerpoint Slides for the Lecture
Other links
Discussion List   (Professor Connolly will participate from April 17 - April 21).

Short Biography of Professor Kim Diana Connolly

Biography:   Professor Connolly began as an assistant professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law in August 1999, where she is setting up and will run an environmental law clinic starting in Spring 2001.   She also is associated faculty with the USC School of the Environment.  Before joining the law faculty, Professor Connolly worked as an associate at a number of Washington, D.C. law firm environmental law practice groups, most recently at Hunton & Williams.  Professor Connolly received her J.D. in 1993 from Georgetown University Law Center, and is an LL.M. Candidate at the George Washington University Law School Environmental Law Program.  Prior to law school, Professor Connolly was the director of the North Carolina Rural Communities Assistance Project, Inc., and also served as a VISTA Volunteer.   When she's not working, Professor Connolly likes hanging out with her retired racing greyhounds.


Virtual lecture

Essential Fish Habitat

This lecture is recorded in RealAudio format.  To download the free RealAudio Player, click here.