On February 12, 2018, Charles Irvine co-taught a five-hour CLE class to 40 legal aid attorneys from across the state who specialize in environmental justice issues.
The CLE focused on the Texas contested case process for protesting permits on environmental grounds and explained how legal aid attorneys can assist people affected by potentially polluting facilities. Charles Irvine discussed how legal aid attorneys may use the contested case process to protest, delay, and mitigate these impacts.
The CLE was organized and sponsored by UT Law School. The CLE was co-taught with Kelly Haragan, of UT Law School, and David Frederick, of Frederick, Perales, Allmon & Rockwell.