Pamela E. Barker Quoted in Law360 Article on Climate Change Action

Lewis Rice member Pamela E. Barker offered commentary in Law360's article, "ABA Urges Pro Bono Work For Climate Change Action." As the title suggests, the American Bar Association is encouraging its members to get involved with climate change issues through pro bono work aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and by advising clients on the risks and opportunities associated with climate change. Pam explains that the pro bono work doesn't have to involve an environmental lawyer; attorneys in all practice areas can focus their advice on the risks and opportunities associated with the phenomenon.

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Pam is a national leader of the bar in environmental law, and she is the past Chair of the American Bar Association's Section of Environment, Energy and Resources. Additionally, Pam is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, she serves in the House of Delegates for the ABA, and she is a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL). Her practice focuses on assisting clients with the environmental aspects of real estate and corporate transactions, and with regulatory compliance.