Support to conservation and environmental organizations, state and local governments, include strategic assessment of conservation alternatives, aquatic conservation policy design and development, and stakeholder dialog and engagement.
Conservation Counsel, Dr. Eric Dannenmaier, is an environmental attorney with an undergraduate degree in ecology, law degrees from Boston and Oxford Universities, and a doctorate from Columbia University. He has over twenty years experience in conservation policy and water-related matters and is widely published (available here). Eric was part of the national law practices in Boston and Washington, DC before being asked to direct the United States Agency for International Development's Environmental Law Program, and later the Tulane Institute for Environmental Law and Policy in New Orleans. He became a tenured law professor at Indiana University McKinney School of Law, where he taught from 2007-2016 and founded the Law School’s Program in Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Law.
River Law Course
This article from the alumni magazine of Indiana University, Robert H. Mckinney School of Law, describes a class that Eric designed and taught using innovative approaches to engage students with the subject (experiential learning) and with each other (peer-to-peer learning).