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Keystone XL in the Nebraska Supreme Court - Podcast

Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group Podcast
Katie Spohn, J. Tyler Ward January 29, 2015

On January 9, 2015, the Nebraska Supreme Court held that the law dictating the potential path of the Keystone XL pipeline through the state was not unconstitutional. President Obama previously cited the pending lawsuit as a reason to delay making an approval decision on the controversial pipeline project. Nebraska’s former Deputy Attorney General Katie Spohn argued the case, and she joined a Teleforum conference call to discuss the decision and potential upcoming Keystone XL litigation.

  • Katie Spohn, Partner, Bruning Law Group, LLC
  • Moderator: J. Tyler Ward II, Member, Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group Executive Committee

2014 North Carolina Supreme Court Judicial Candidate Forum - Event Video

Charlotte Lawyers Chapter
Cheri Beasley, Samuel J. Ervin, Robin Hudson, Robert N. Hunter, Eric Levinson, Ola Lewis, Mark D. Martin, Michael L. Robinson, Jenna Deery, Jay Conison, Bradley Lingo, Susan Rodriguez October 08, 2014

In November, North Carolina voters will head to the polls to elect four of the seven members of the North Carolina Supreme Court. As a majority of the seats on the Supreme Court are at stake, the outcome of the election will have a long lasting impact on the law of the State. The candidate forums will provide the candidates with the opportunity to discuss their judicial philosophies and their view of the role of the Supreme Court in our system of government. This forum was held on October 8, 2014, at the UNC Charlotte Center City (Uptown) in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Featuring:

  • Justice Cheri Beasley, North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Judge Sam J. Ervin, IV, North Carolina Court of Appeals
  • Justice Robin Hudson, North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Justice Robert N. Hunter, Jr., North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Judge Eric Levinson, Seventh Division of the Superior Court, North Carolina
  • Judge Ola Lewis, Fourth Division of the Superior Court, North Carolina
  • Chief Justice Mark Martin, North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Mr. Mike Robinson, Partner, Robinson & Lawing, LLP
  • Moderator: Ms. Jenna Deery, WSOC-TV
  • Moderator: Dean Jay Conison, Charlotte School of Law
  • Introduction: Mr. Bradley Lingo, Counsel, King & Spalding and Chairman, Charlotte Chapter Federalist Society
  • Introduction: Ms. Susan Rodriguez, Associate, McGuireWoods LLP

UNC Charlotte Center City (Uptown)
Charlotte, NC

2014 North Carolina Supreme Court Candidate Forum - Event Videos

Triangle Lawyers Chapter
Mark D. Martin, Samuel J. Ervin, Robert N. Hunter, Robin Hudson, Eric Levinson, Cheri Beasley, Michael L. Robinson, Donna Martinez, Kevin Hales September 23, 2014

In November, North Carolina voters will head to the polls to elect four of the seven members of the North Carolina Supreme Court. As a majority of the seats on the Supreme Court are at stake, the outcome of the election will have a long lasting impact on the law of the State. The candidate forums will provide the candidates with the opportunity to discuss their judicial philosophies and their view of the role of the Supreme Court in our system of government. This forum was held on September 17, 2014, at City Club Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina. Click here for additional videos.

Featuring:

  • Chief Justice Mark Martin, North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Judge Samuel J. Ervin, IV, North Carolina Court of Appeals
  • Justice Robert N. Hunter, Jr., North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Justice Robin Hudson, North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Judge Eric Levinson, Seventh Division of the Superior Court, North Carolina
  • Justice Cheri Beasley, North Carolina Supreme Court
  • Mr. Mike Robinson, Partner, Robinson & Lawing, LLP
  • Moderator: Mrs. Donna Martinez, Contributing Editor, Carolina Journal and Co-Host, Carolina Journal Radio
  • Introduction: Mr. Kevin P. Hales, Legal Counsel, SAS