Virtual Guest Speakers

February 26:

Indeconstructible: The Triumph of the Environmental Administrative State
Professor Stephen M. Johnson

Lecture  (Lecture begins at 5:29:31 in the Symposium video)
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Discussion List   (Professor Johnson will join the discussion list from February 26 - March 2)

Short Biography of the Speaker

Stephen M. Johnson is a Professor of Law at Mercer University Law School in Macon, Georgia, and served as their Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 2002-2012.  While teaching at Mercer, he has also had the opportunity to teach or visit at Notre Dame Law School, the University of London, Strathclyde University, the University of Tokyo and Waseda University in Tokyo.  

He received his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and an LL.M. in environmental law from the George Washington University Law School.   Prior to teaching, he served as an attorney for the Bureau of Regulatory Counsel in the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (now DEP) and as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division, Environmental Defense Section, where he worked on environmental litigation.

He specializes in Environmental Law, but has also taught Torts, Statutory Law, Administrative Law, and Dispute Resolution

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