Monday, December 2, 2013

Denver Business Journal's "Who's Who in Energy" Includes Five With Close Ties to Denver Law

Five individuals with close ties to Denver Law have been recognized in the 2013-2014 "Who's Who in Energy" published by the Denver Business Journal. Among these five are graduates as well as current or former adjunct professors.

The publication described its Who's Who listing as "the movers and shakers in the ever-changing fast-moving energy industry..." 

Who's Who in Energy noted that Colorado ranks 10th in the country in the amount of wind-based power the state can produce, ninth in oil production, fifth in gas production, 11th in coal production, a combination of energy sources that the publication described as an "all of the above" strategy.

The five Denver Law-affiliated individuals are:
  • Dan Grossman, Rocky Mountain Regional Director for the Environmental Defense Fund and Denver Law graduate
  • James King, Of Counsel at BakerHostetler and Adjunct Professor at Denver Law
  • Pete Maysmith, Executive Director of Conservation Colorado and graduate of Denver Law
  • Tom Sansonetti, partner at Holland & Hart and former Distinguished Natural Resources Law Practitioner in Residence
  • Rebecca Watson, shareholder at Wellborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley PC in Denver and former Distinguished Natural Resources Law Practitioner in Residence and Denver Law graduate
Don Smith, Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program at Denver Law, said, "The inclusion of these energy leaders in the Who's Who publication reflects not only the strength of Denver Law's natural resources program but also the types of people who are actively involved in the life of the program and the law school.  All of us at Denver Law congratulate these impressive professionals."

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