Duquesne Law participates in Institute for Energy Law conference

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Duquesne Law participated in the Institute for Energy Law’s 4th Appalachia General Counsel Forum this month. Duquesne holds the Institute’s only law school membership (which is offered by invitation only) from the region.  

The Institute for Energy Law counts energy companies and attorneys among its international membership. The association presents educational conferences and seminars each year, publishes papers and periodicals, and provides a forum in which issues affecting the energy industries can be discussed. 

The 4th Appalachia General Counsel Forum was presented in Pittsburgh by the Institute’s Young Energy Professionals Practice Committee. The May 25 program included an evening event with in-house counsel sharing career advice and industry information from senior lawyers. 

Professor Steven Baicker-McKee serves as faculty adviser and Duquesne Law’s liaison to the Institute for Energy Law, in coordination with law school’s Career Services Office. 

Pictured below are Daniel T. Sweeney (L’05), director, assistant secretary, and associate general counsel, Eclipse Resources; Emily Bittle (L’15), associate at K&L Gates; Valerie M. Antonette (L’04), vice president, Bounty Minerals Management; Quinn McCall (L’16), senior title/curative analyst at EdgeMarc Energy Holdings, LLC; and Matthew Bolewitz (L’15), contract attorney at Leech Tishman.

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Read about Duquesne Law’s Career Services Office.


Faculty Referenced In Article

Steven Baicker-McKee, J.D.Associate Dean of Teaching Excellence and Strategic Initiatives and Associate Professor of Law