Pamela A. Campos, senior attorney for the Environmental Defense Fund, has been named the Denver Law 2013 Distinguished Natural Resources Practitioner in Residence.
The announcement was made by Professor Jan Laitos, the John A. Carver Jr. Professor at Denver Law.
The Distinguished Natural Resources Practitioner in Residence Seminar is a "capstone seminar" taught each year by a prominent natural resources or environmental law lawyer who has extensive experience in energy, resources, or environmental law work. The focus of the seminar is on skills training, where the skills taught are those that all lawyers need in order to have a successful career in the practice of law.
At the Environmental Defense Fund Ms. Campos handles litigation, regulatory, and policy matters on climate and air quality issues. She is responsible for cases in U.S. federal courts, the courts of the United Kingdom and the European Union, and state public utility commissions.
Before joining EDF Ms. Campos was deputy legal counsel to former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter Jr.