Virtual Guest Speakers
Kim Diana Connolly - Associate Professor, University
of South Carolina School of Law
Dr. Sonya Forte Duhe, Associate Professor, University
of South Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communciation
With Environmental Law and Policy in the Press
Dr. Sonya Forte Duhe is an Associate Professor at the University of South
Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She received
a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Louisiana State University A&M
, a M.S. from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University,
and a Ph.D. in Journalism from the University of Missouri. She is
also an associated faculty member at the USC School of the Environment.
Her c.v. is available here.
Kim Connolly joined the faculty at the University of South Carolina School
of Law in 1999, and established the Law School's Environmental Law Clinic.
She also is an associated faculty member of 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,
including Hunton & Williams. Professor Connolly received her
J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and her LL.M. from 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. A more detailed biography of Professor Connolly
is available at her website
at the University of South Carolina Law School.
The lecture is available here
as a narrated Power Point presentation. When you download the Powerpoint,
you will need to launch the slide show to listen to the narration.
It should be compatible with Powerpoint 2007 as well as older versions