Event Title

Third Panel: Climate Change


Brigham Daniels

Professor of Law, BYU Law

Professor Brigham Daniels has expertise in environmental law, property law, and natural resources law. He has received several teaching awards. Prior to joining the J. Reuben Clark Law School he taught as an assistant professor at the University of Houston Law Center and as a lecturing fellow at Duke Law School. Professor Daniels earned a PhD from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment. He received his juris doctorate from Stanford Law School, where he was an associate editor of the Stanford Law Review. He also graduated magna cum laude in economics and received a masters of public administration from the University of Utah. Daniels was a recipient of the Harry S Truman Scholarship, the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, and the Stanford Public Interest Law Fellowship.

Tracy Hester


Professor of Law, The University of Houston Law Center Faculty

Professor Hester teaches environmental law and emerging technology courses at the University of Houston Law Center. His research focuses on the innovative application of environmental laws to emerging technologies and risks, such as climate engineering, nanotechnologies, genetic modification, wind and other renewable power projects, and on novel compliance and liability issues. Prior to joining the University of Houston Law Center, Prof. Hester served as a partner in Bracewell & Giuliani LLP for sixteen years and led the Houston office's environmental group. He has previously taught classes on Environmental Law, Climate Change Liability and Litigation, Emerging Technologies and Environmental Law, Advanced Hazardous Waste Law, and Practice of Environmental Law.


FIU College of Law, Grand Courtroom

Start Date

20-10-2017 1:15 PM

End Date

20-10-2017 2:15 PM

Chair and Moderator

Prof. Howard Wasserman, FIU College of Law


Oct 20th, 1:15 PM Oct 20th, 2:15 PM

Third Panel: Climate Change

FIU College of Law, Grand Courtroom