State Bar of Texas Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section

2017 Summer Law Clerk / Internship Program for Law Students

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2017 SUMMER LAW CLERK & INTERNSHIP PROGRAM for Law Students
The State Bar of Texas, Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section is sponsoring seven summer internships for students currently in their second year of law school with each of the following: (i) the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, (ii) the Office of the Attorney General (Environmental Protection and Administrative Law Division), (iii) the Railroad Commission of Texas, (iv) the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, (v) the Texas General Land Office, (vi) the Texas Water Development Board, and (vii) the Harris County District Attorney’s Office (Environmental Crimes Division).
 
Please complete and return ENRLS Internship Application by the November 30, 2016. 
To be eligible for selection for one of the internships, students must submit all of the following:
  1. the completed application form
  2. an unofficial copy of the student’s most current transcript, and
  3. the student’s updated resume.
All three of the above-mentioned documents are required to be submitted for an applicant to be considered. Applications should be submitted by email to enrlsapps@gmail.com.



Texas Environmental Law, 2015-2016 ed. (Vols. 45 and 46, Texas Practice Series)

Now available through the Thomson Reuter’s website.

Environmental Law provides an analytical discussion of relevant state and federal legislation and applicable caselaw. Written by more than 40 Texas experts on environmental law, this source offers considerable depth of coverage. Its practice-oriented design enables you to find answers systematically and efficiently. 

It contains an overview of the requirements, liabilities, participants and jurisdictional issues of specific activities, plus practice-oriented insights.



Trees For Houston

Carroll Academy, located in the Aldine area of Houston, desperately needed trees to shade their campus after losing them to the recent drought. On Sunday, November 4, Trees For Houston partnered with the State Bar of Texas Environment and Natural Resources Law Section to plant 20, 15-gallon trees. Community volunteers with Xerox participated in the planting activity as well. Their efforts guaranteed a vital environmental improvement to the area where children walk, ride their bikes and play. After the worst drought in state history, it is more important than ever to replant Houston’s canopy. Our city has lost hundreds of thousands of trees, and Trees For Houston is currently focused on conservation and drought remediation projects.
 
For More Information logon to:
http://treesforhouston.org/
Phone: 713.840.8733



TELJ Announces Recipient of Jimmy Alan Hall Student Note Award


Jimmy Alan Hall congratulates award winner Ashleigh Acevedo as current EIC Lyn Clancy applauds.

ENRLS Chair, Jean Flores, and Jimmy Alan Hall, enjoy the annual TELJ banquet.
On April 9, 2015, representatives from our Section participated in the annual banquet of the Texas Environmental Law Journal (TELJ) students from the University of Texas School of Law. Since 2012, TELJ has presented a Student Note Award created by the ENRLS in honor of past Editor-In-Chief, Jimmy Alan Hall. Current Editor-In-Chief, Lyn Clancy announced that the recipient of the Jimmy Allan Hall Student Note Award is Ms. Ashleigh Acevedo. Ms. Acevado, a third year law student, also served as the student Editor-In-Chief of the TELJ during the past year. Ms. Acevado's name will be added to a plaque at the UT Law School.



ENRLS Announces Winners of Buck Wynne Scholarships
The Section awards the Buck J. Wynne Memorial scholarship at each of the State's law schools for the high grading student in introductory environmental law classes. The scholarship award is $1,000. The Committee coordinates the scholarship program with the law schools.


Marcy Allen
Baylor University
School of Law



Anthony Lucisano
Baylor University
School of Law



Elizabeth Resendez
St. Mary's University 
School of Law



Brittany Smolik
South Texas
College of Law



Jaclyn Kalinoski
S.Methodist University
School of Law



Brett Miller
Texas A&M University
School of Law



Rachel Stuteville
Texas Tech University
School of Law



Ignacia Mendoza
Thurgood Marshall
School of Law



Virdiana Darby
University of Houston
Law Center



Katherine Leuschel
University of Texas
School of Law


28th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference
 
The 28th edition of the annual Texas Environmental Superconference, Texas’s award-winning environmental conference, was held on August 4th and 5th, 2016 in Austin at the Four Seasons Hotel. This year's theme was Yogi Berra quotes and the conference is fittingly entitled "It's like déjà vu all over again".
 
At last year's sold out conference, with the theme of clichés, the audience was treated to a surprise appearance by Sonny and Cher. 
 
 
 

Superconference Speakers, Moderators, and Planning Committee Members:

View Photos taken during the Environmental Superconference and download them under the "More" button at the top of the screen. 

As a bonus feature, the video of the very special performance of "Clichés, We've Got Clichés" by Sonny and Cher is available online.

But wait, there's more! The marathon horse skit also is found at this link.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
If you have information that could lead to the publication of great journal content, please contact: Lyn Clancy, Editor-in-Chief, at lynclancytx@gmail.com.


New ENRLS Member Benefit: View Interviews With Texas Judges


The Section is pleased to present From the Bench: Judicial Perspectives on Environmental/Administrative Cases, a series of insightful, practice-oriented judicial interviews conducted by Ron Beal, Baylor Law School Professor Beal and Author, Texas Administrative Practice and Procedure. These videos are available for ENRLS Members to view online at no charge. CLE credit is available for a nominal fee. Members click here>>

Nonmembers may view these videos and receive CLE credit, or become a member to view the videos at no charge. Nonmembers, click here for more information>>


Become a Texas Green Star Certified Law Firm!



Certify your law office under the State Bar of Texas Green Star Program. This program is designed to challenge Texas law offices to become better environmental and energy stewards by participating in the ABA-EPA Law Office Climate Challenge. Learn more and apply for certification >>
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