Member e-News September 2015

Kentucky Mineral Law Conference
October  21-22, 2015
Hyatt Regency Lexington

Registration fees will increase on October 1, so remember to register before that time.

A reminder that the EMLF room block at the Hyatt Regency will be held through September 29 or sell out.  October is a busy month in Lexington, with thoroughbred racing at Keeneland, October 2-24.  Be sure to make your reservations soon.  Call 1.800.233.1234 and ask for the EMLF room block to get the reduced rate.

The EMLF committees will meet for a working lunch on Thursday, October 22, in the Hyatt Suites at the Hyatt Hotel in Lexington.  The lunch break is from 11:45 – 1:30 p.m.

All of the committees will be meeting at separate tables and sharing a buffet, as was done in 2014. If you are a committee member and are registered for the Conference, we will plan on your attendance.

Governance Committee, Tim Gresham, Chair
Law School Committee, sub of Energy Careers, Natalie Jefferis, Chair
Membership Committee, Joe Tarantelli and Ben Sullivan, Co-chairs
Programming Committee, Dan Wolff, Chair
Technology Committee, John T. Boyd, Chair

Energy Careers Programs
The Energy Careers program at Capital University on September 30 will feature the following speakers, all from Columbus, Ohio, telling students about their own journey from a student to a practicing lawyer:  Kevin West, Steptoe & Johnson; Margeaux Kimbrough, Kegler Brown Hill & Ritter; Ken McDonough, American Electric Power; and Dan Clark, Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease.

On October 6, the Energy Careers program will be given at Duquesne University School of Law, with the following speakers: Natalie Jefferis, EQT, Pittsburgh; Kevin K. Douglass, Babst Calland, Pittsburgh; David J. Laurent, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Pittsburgh; and Mike Rush, Rice Energy, Canonsburg, PA.

On October 8, the Energy Careers program will be given at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, with the following speakers, all from Pittsburgh:  Natalie Jefferis, EQT; Nicolle S. Bagnell, ReedSmith; Travis Brannon, K&L Gates; and Samantha Quinn Stewart, Zimmer Kunz.

On October 12, the Energy Careers program will be given at the University of Kentucky College of Law, with the following speakers:  David Morrison, Steptoe & Johnson, Bridgeport, WV; Marco M. Rajkovich, Rajkovich Williams, Kilpatrick and True, Lexington; Karen J. Greenwell, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, Lexington; and Daniel Z. Zaluski, Blackhawk Mining, Lexington.

On October 12, the Energy Careers program will be given at Appalachian School of Law, with the following speakers:  Dominique Ranieri, Steptoe & Johnson, Charleston, WV; Michelle Castle, Penn Stuart, Abingdon, VA; Troy Nichols, Alpha Natural Resources, Bristol, VA; and Angela Ramsey, Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins, Charleston, WV.

On October 15, Energy Careers is on the schedule at Rutgers School of Law, with the following speakers:  Timothy T. West, Rutgers; Colleen Donofrio, Babst Calland, Camden, NJ; and Jacqulynn Hugee, Associate General Counsel, PJM Interconnection, Audobon, PA.

Thanks to all our volunteers who agreed to speak at the member law schools mentioned above.  In November programs will be given at Penn State University and Washington & Lee University.  Speaker information is not quite finalized.

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Membership in the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation is open to anyone who is concerned with issues pertaining to the energy industry.

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