Sarah Jarboe selected for ABA Environmental Law Leadership Program
by Mandy Hicks
Attorney Sarah Jarboe was recently selected for one of only 12 slots nationwide for the American Bar Association‘s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) Leadership Development Program. Sarah, who practices environmental and administrative law and litigation, serves as Newsletter Vice Chair of SEER’s Smart Growth and Green Building Committee and Vice Chair of the Kentucky Bar Association‘s Environment, Energy and Resources Committee.
The Leadership Development Program positions participants to focus their future Section involvement to facilitate SEER leadership roles in the future. As part of the leadership program, Sarah will be attending the SEER Fall Conference in Miami, Florida from October 8 to 11. The conference will address a variety topics such as clean water act developments, greenhouse gas regulations and permitting requirements for stationary sources, EPA regulations on the electric power sector, developments in brownfields redevelopment and liability protections, and complex environmental litigation, among other major environmental issues.
Sarah is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School, where she was the top environmental law student in 2010 and served as Managing Editor of the Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review Journal. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Louisville.