Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

Editor-in-Chief's Page

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

Editor-in-Chief's Page

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"The time is always right to do what is right." - Martin Luther King

One of my greatest pleasures is to serve as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal.

This volume is our largest yet, with a plethora of timely and well-researched articles and other interesting materials. It bursts with a robust and informative set of committee reports, including first-ever reports from the Climate Change & Emissions Committee and the State Commission Practice & Regulation Committee. Many thanks to our Committee Reports Editors, Freddi Greenberg and Kristine Delkus, and numerous contributors from the committees, all of whom are doing "what is right" for the Journal and their fellow practitioners.

The Energy Law Journal is a key source for the history of energy law and policy. Beginning in 1980, it has charted the ebb and flow of change in this field. Further, it is a forum for the key energy issues of the day and the cutting-edge issues of tomorrow. The Journal is also a recorder, particularly through its committee reports, of the current state of energy law and policy.

Finally, the Journal serves as a chronicle for the Energy Bar Association. And in that capacity, one of my saddest duties is to publish In Memoriams for esteemed members of the bar.

The Journal's tradition of publishing In Memoriams began in 1986. Since that time, the lives of close to 30 individuals have been chronicled. In so doing, we recognize, and honor, the lives of those who have made significant contributions to the life of energy law and had a substantial impact on energy law and policy. …

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