Seth Kerschner

New York , USA
Partner, White & Case
Seth practices environmental law and assists clients with transactions, litigation, climate change, regulatory compliance, sustainability, biodiversity, and energy transition. Seth counseled a government client through several meetings of the Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, including COP21 which resulted in the Paris Agreement. Seth represents clients in environmental litigation, including disputes relating to water pollution, air emissions, physical risks associated with climate change, longer-term shifts in climatic patterns, contaminated land, and emerging contaminants. Seth's work on energy transition matters involves advising clients on greenhouse gas emission reduction and offset projects. He teaches environmental law at Columbia University.
Speaking at Can Big Law Help the Environment? Tuesday, October 18