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.
Jimmy Alan Hall Honored for 27 years of Service
|Jimmy Alan Hall congratulates Catherine Bennett, the first winner of the Student Note Award, which the ENRLS created in his honor, at the suggestion of the students.
On April 12, 2012, representatives from our Section had a wonderful opportunity to honor Jimmy Alan Hall, the immediate past Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Environmental Law Journal (TELJ), at the annual banquet of the TELJ students from The University of Texas School of Law. We presented a plaque to Mr. Hall, which expressed the Section’s great appreciation for his 27 years of service as the Editor-in-Chief of the TEJJ.
|ENRLS Chair Cindy Smiley presents Jimmy Alan Hall with a plaque recognizing his 27 years of service as the EIC of the Texas Environmental Law Journal.
In addition, the TELJ students have created a Student Note Award to honor Mr. Hall, and the names of the Award recipients will be included on a new plaque at the UT Law School. The TELJ announced that Ms. Catherine Bennett is the first recipient of the Jimmy Alan Hall Student Note Award.
|25th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference
August 1-2, 2013
Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C.
Haynes and Boone, LLP
Jackson Walker, LLP
Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle &
Smiley Law Firm
Strasburger & Price, LLP
Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Thompson & Knight, LLP
If you have information that could lead to the publication of great journal content, please contact: Lyn Clancy, Editor-in-Chief, at email@example.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 >>