Presenter, "Electric Vehicles as Grid Services," Third Annual Energy Day, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany (Oct. 2017).
Panelist, "The New(Clear?) Electricity Federalism," Harvard Law School Environmental Policy Initiative (Oct. 2017).
Panelist, "The New(Clear?) Electricity Federalism," Vermont Law School Energy Transition Conference (Oct. 2017).
Presenter, "Clean Energy Issues in the Trump Administration," Richmond Bar Association Environmental and Energy Law Section Meeting (May 2017).
Presenter, "Demand Response's Three Generations: Market Pathways in the Electric Grid" North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology Symposium, Chapel Hill, N.C. (Feb. 2017).
Panelist, "Electricity as Currency," Regional Challenges and Opportunities in Energy Transformations, University of Texas Law School (Nov. 2016).
Panelist, "FERC Authority Over Carbon Pricing," Carbon Pricing in Wholesale Electricity Markets Webinar, Nicholas Institute for the Environment (Duke)/Harvard Environmental Policy Initiative (Oct. 2016).
Presenter, "Carbon Pricing in Wholesale Electricity Markets," Harvard Electricity Policy Group Meeting, Washington, D.C. (Oct. 2016).
Presenter, "Energy and Environmental Issues in the 2016 Presidential Election," What's at Stake, Virginia Weslyan College, Norfolk (Oct. 2016).
Commentator, "Distributed Energy Resources and the Grid of the Future," 2016 Austin Electricity Conference, University of Texas Law School (April 2016).
Presenter, "Dual Electricity Federalism is Dead: But How Dead and What Replaces It?" The Electricity Mix of the Future, Economics, and Governance, The George Washington University Law School (March 2016).
Presenter, "FERC v. Electric Power Supply Association: Implications for State and Federal Regulation," ABA Teleconference (Feb. 2016).
Presenter, "The Role of Demand Response in the Electric Grid's Future," Future of the Electric Grid Conference, University of Colorado Law School, Boulder (Jan. 2016).
Panelist, "Bucerius Energy Day," Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany (September 2015).
Panelist, "The Federal Power Act in the 21st Century," Harvard Law School Environmental Law Program and Duke Nicholas Institute, Washington. D.C. (June 2015).
Keynote Speaker, Stigmatized Sites and Urban Brownfield Redevelopment: Legal, Economic, and Policy Issues, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, November 2013
Smart Regulation and Federalism For the Smart Grid, Harvard Law School and Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA, March 2012 (presentation of work in progress)
Distributed Energy Resources and the Smart Grid, Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX, March 2012 (invited speaker at annual symposium)
Faith and the Law, University of Richmond School of Law, March 2012 (panelist)
The Future of Energy Law: Residential Renewable Energy: By Whom?, Vanderbilt Law Review and Climate Change Research Network, Nashville, TN, February 2012 (keynote presentation at symposium organized to feature the article “Residential Renewable Energy: By Whom?,” honored as one of four top environmental law and policy articles of 2011)
Smart Regulation and Federalism For the Smart Grid, Johns Hopkins University, Energy and Climate Program, Washington, DC, January 2012 (presentation of work in progress)
CERCLA and the Future of Liability-Based Environmental Regulation, Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA, November 2011 (invited panelist)
Harvard China Energy & Environment Conference, Cambridge, MA, April 2011 (invited speaker and panel moderator)
Perspectives on Energy Law and Climate Change in China, MIT Energy Club, Cambridge, MA, April 2011
Prospects For Offshore Wind In The Aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster, William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, Williamsburg, VA, January 2011 (invited speaker at annual symposium)
Residential Renewable Energy: By Whom?, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, January 2011 (invited speaker at The Future of Energy Law symposium)
Panelist, Environmental Awareness Group and First Year Seminar on Green Schools expert panel on renewable energy, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, December 2010
Chesapeake Bay TMDL Fall 2010 Public Meeting, Jepson Alumni Center, University of Richmond, October 2010 (presented public comment on EPA’s draft TMDL, written and edited with students in the Environmental Law and Policy course; led student presentations of oral comments at the meeting)
Renewables and Climate Change, Intrinergy Anniversary Event, Richmond, VA, September 2010
The Challenges of Teaching Law in China, Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Richmond, VA, August 2010 (invited keynote speaker at academic conference)
View on the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, 12 News First At 4, WWBT-12, Richmond, VA, April 2010
Law and the Environment, University of Richmond Chemistry Department, Spring Seminar Speakers’ Series, April 2010.
Teaching in China, University of Richmond School of Law, Internal Speakers Series Spring 2010, April 2010
The Future of Energy Regulation, Vision 2020: A View of Our Energy Future, University of Richmond School of Law, April 2010
The Case For Solar Utilities, Washington and Lee University School of Law, March 2010 (invited participant in annual Journal of Energy, Climate, and Environment (JECE) and Environmental Law Society symposium on Intersection of Renewable Energy Development and Geoengineering)
University of Richmond News (with Joan Tupponce), Teaching in China: Law professor teaches environmental law in Beijing, February 2010 (article about Fulbright Scholar experience reprinted from October 2009 issue of Richmond Now)
China’s Renewable Energy Law: The “Green” To China’s “Black,” William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, January 2010 (invited participant in annual symposium)
Copenhagen Climate Change Simulation, November 2009 (multinational negotiation exercise conducted via videoconferencing with universities in Hong Kong and mainland China)
The Challenge of Global Warming and the Copenhagen Negotiations, October 2009, via videoconference to Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong (introductory lecture in multinational climate change negotiation exercise)
Experience As A Fulbright Scholar in China, University of Richmond Board of Trustees, Richmond, VA, September 2009
U.S. Climate Change Policy in the Obama Administration, Peking University, Beijing, China, June 2009
U.S. Energy and Environmental Policy in the Obama Administration, Southwest University of China, Chongqing, China, June 2009
Addressing Global Warming at the Domestic and International Levels, Southwest University of China, Chongqing, China, June 2009
U.S. Climate Change Legislation and Administrative Proposals: Implications For International Agreement on Global Warming, Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea, June 2009
Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions: Brownfields, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, May 2009
U.S. Energy and Environmental Policy in the Obama Administration, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, May 2009
Sino-American Relations: Environmental Protection & Climate Change: A Framework For Discussion, Sino-American Relations Workshop, The Fulbright Program, Hopkins-Nanjing Center, Fudan University, Nanjing, China, May 2009
Energy and Environmental Law and Policy in the Obama Administration, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China, May 2009
International Law of Global Warming: Kyoto Protocol and Recent Negotiations, United International College, Zhuhai, China, April 2009
Environmental Issues in Real Estate Transactions: Brownfields, Renmin (Peoples’) University of China, Beijing, China, April 2009
Energy, Environment, and the Election, Temple Beth El, Richmond, VA, September 2008
National Regulatory Conference, Williamsburg, VA, May 2007 (invited panel moderator on energy “re-regulation” law)
Mission Impossible?, The Compatibility of Military and Environmental Goals, William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, February 2007 (invited)
Preserving the Chesapeake: Law, Ecology, and the Bay, University of Richmond School of Law, October 2006 (panel moderator)
Jepson Leadership Forum, University of Richmond, October 2006 (panelist for discussion of "An Inconvenient Truth")
The End of Oil: How Will the U.S. Power the Future?, University of Richmond VOICES public panel discussion, October 2005
Realizing the Promise of Electricity Deregulation,Wake Forest Law Review, Summer 2005 (invited to contribute to dedicated issue)
Recent Supreme Court Cases, 5400 Men’s Club, Weinstein JCC, Richmond, VA, April 2005
Environmental Regulation, Energy, and Market Entry, Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, Duke Law School, Durham, NC, November 2004
13th World Clean Air and Environmental Protection Congress, London, England, August 2004
The Blackout of 2003: What's Next?: Transmission Investment, Restructuring, and the Future of the Electric Utility Industry, University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, VA, April 2004 (symposium organizer, leader, and panelist)
Terror in the Air: Environmental Fallout from 9/11, Fordham Environmental Law Journal, Fordham Law School, New York, NY, March 2003
Richmond Bar Association, Environmental Law, November 2000 (moderator and speaker)
Seventh International Conference on Ecology and Environmental Quality Sciences, Jerusalem, Israel, June 1999
National Town Meeting on Sustainable Development, Detroit, MI, May 1999
Sixth International Conference on Ecology and Environmental Quality Sciences, Jerusalem, Israel, June 1996