Law & Society Series
The Law of Energy
8th Annual Law & Society Symposium
Charleston Music Hall
Friday, February 5, 2016
8:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Presented by the Riley Institute and the Charleston Law Review of the Charleston School of Law
South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control Director Catherine Heigel gave the keynote address to a crowd of several hundred attorneys, interested citizens, and law students at the Charleston Music Hall on February 5. Director Heigel focused on the environmental control side of her department, speaking of how her staff at DHEC are coming together passionately to identify and address places needing improvement in clean water and clean air in South Carolina. To view the program, click here.
Part 1 – The Morning Session
Part 2 – Featured Speaker – Catherine Heigel – SC Director of The Department of Health and Environmental Control
Part 3 – Afternoon Session
Offshore drilling, nuclear energy, and solar energy were the topics discussed during the panels surrounding her talk. Among the panelists were private practice attorneys Jack Smith, Norman Anseman, III, and Ashley Cooper and environmental law attorneys Chris DeSchere, Hamilton Davis, Blan Holman, and Wyatt Sassman. Representatives Stephen Goldfinch and Harold Mitchell also participated in panel discussions as did supporters of nuclear energy, Dan Gatlin (SCANA) and Vice Admiral Charles Munns.