Africa’s Emerging Energy Economy: A Lawyer’s Role
When: Tuesday February 4th at 12:00 PM
Where: Ames Courtroom – HLS
The Harvard African Law Students Association and the Harvard Texas Law Students Association are planning a joint panel titled “Africa’s Emerging Energy Economy: A Lawyer’s Role.” The purpose of the panel is to provide Harvard Law’s faculty and students with perspective on the growing sophistication of Africa’s business environment and provide some insights as to how we, as future lawyers, can engage in this growth.
The panel members are:
1) Professor David Wilkins, HLS Vice Dean (http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/directory/10957/Wilkins);
2) Ahmed el-Gaili, Partner at Vinson & Elkins LLP United Arab Emirates (http://www.velaw.com/lawyers/Ahmedel-Gaili.aspx); and
3) Sean Long, CEO of Endeavor Energy (http://endeavor-energy.com/about/management-team/sean-t-long-chief-executive-officer/).
The panel will be moderated by Trey Grayson, Director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics (http://www.iop.harvard.edu/trey-grayson).