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This week, Korey Silverman-Roati joins the Sabin Center as a Climate Law Fellow. Korey’s work will focus on, among other areas, international climate change litigation, carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation management research, and other fast action climate strategies. Korey graduated from Harvard Law School in 2017, where he spent three years editing with the […]

The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law is proud to announce that Susan Biniaz, Brenda Mallory and Jessica Wentz are joining the center as non-resident senior fellows. Susan Biniaz was a Deputy Legal Adviser at the U.S. Department of State. From 1989 to early 2017, she was the lead climate lawyer and a climate negotiator.  She […]

  This week, Jennifer Danis joins the Sabin Center as senior fellow, bringing her significant experience in environmental and energy law to the team. She will be exploring regional opportunities to contribute to the forward momentum that aggressive climate laws and goals have created, including reducing reliance on fossil fuel use. As states have begun […]

This week, Daniel Metzger joins the Sabin Center as a Climate Law Fellow.  Daniel’s work will focus on, among other areas, international climate change litigation, climate risks and opportunities in the reinsurance industry, and the law and science of climate change attribution. Before joining the Sabin Center, Daniel practiced with Selendy & Gay representing clients on […]

This week, Hillary Aidun joins the Sabin Center as the 2019-2021 Climate Law Fellow.  Hillary’s work will focus on domestic and international climate change litigation, regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, and assessment and disclosure of climate risk, among other things. Hillary previously served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert N. Chatigny of the U.S. […]

This week, Ama Francis joins the Sabin Center as the 2018-2020 Climate Law Fellow. Ama’s work will focus on developing legal solutions to disaster displacement and climate migration, and on analyzing and supporting the implementation of adaptive measures in small islands and least developed countries. Ama graduated from Yale Law School in 2018 where she […]

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