Vermont Law School will again offer
Legal Essentials for Energy Professionals, now in its fourth year, developed in partnership with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Through this professional development course forward-thinking executives will gain the skills necessary to understand and operate effectively within the electric power industry's legal and regulatory framework. Our
Legal Essentials for Energy Professionals is a leading provider of the law and policy information needed by executives now and in the future.
In particular, this rigorous course will provide energy professionals with a broad overview of the legal foundation of the utility regulatory framework, the role of federal and state energy regulatory commissions, and how to operate effectively within these structures. Classes include topics such as "Working Effectively with Regulatory Agencies," "Transmission and Distribution Obligations," and "Dealing with Lawyers: Yours and Others.'" A wide and diverse range of industry experts, including utility COOs and highly experienced counsel for both utilities and federal agencies, have helped us develop the curriculum and will teach throughout the course.
Classes will be held Monday, May 9th through Friday, May 13th, 2016. The classes will be held at
The EPRI offices located at 1325 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005.
Legal Essentials for Energy Professionals is an exclusive opportunity for a select group of executives to advance their credentials and establish themselves as electric power industry's leaders and is limited to a maximum of 15 participants. Tuition for the week of 10 sessions is $9,500.
Date: May 9 - 13, 2016
Class Location: 1325 G Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Registration Deadline: April 11, 2016
RSVP: This event is open to the public but there is a $9,500 registration fee. Course fees include breakfast, breaks and lunch.
(Please note: The EventBrite form says "FREE," as it is for registration purposes only. Tuition is $9500 per person, and payment information is provided after you register.)
For More Information:
Michael Dworkin (VLS)