Will Reisinger, counsel in energy law and regulation, will be one of the faculty for the Renewable Energy in Virginia CLE, co-sponsored by the Environmental Law Section of the Virginia State Bar and produced by the Virginia CLE section of the Virginia Law Foundation, on Friday, September 22.
The two-hour session will be a live web broadcast on the Virginia CLE website on Friday, September 22 at 10:00 a.m. and will be rebroadcast Tuesday, October 24 with a live question and answer session.
Virginia CLE said the educational program will be a “primer on the regulatory environment for renewable energy in the Commonwealth” [and] “will spotlight the most pressing issues new projects face, offer must-knows to advise a client in this space, and take a look ahead at the evolving landscape.” In addition to Reisinger, faculty will include Will Cleveland of the Southern Environmental Law Center and Matt Gooch of the Office of Attorney General of Virginia.
Before joining GreeneHurlocker in 2016, Reisinger served in the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia representing ratepayers in energy and utility matters before the Virginia State Corporation Commission, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Supreme Court of Virginia. Earlier, he was a staff attorney for a non-profit environmental organization, where he worked to enforce state and federal environmental standards. Reisinger is a frequent speaker on energy law and environmental regulation.
If you want informaiotn on this CLE, or on any issues in renewable energy law, please contact Will or one of our energy regulatory lawyers.