Have you ever considered a career in energy law or policy? Curious about what opportunities might exist in the field? Join us for lunch with two NYU Law alumni who are at the forefront of the profession.
Please RSVP here. Students and alumni only
Thursday, February 25th, 12 to 1:30PM
New York University School of Law
Vanderbilt Hall Room 201
- Michael Shenberg ’85, Partner, White & Case
- Richard Miller, ’87, Director, Con Edison
A recognized leader in his field, Michael focuses on energy M&A, capital markets and financing transactions.
He has represented financial and strategic investors in numerous deals involving the purchase or sale of energy assets, including large portfolios, single-asset deals and joint ventures. Additionally, Michael advises energy company clients on financings including restructurings, and corporate and commercial matters.
Richard B. Miller is Director of the Energy Markets Policy Group at Con Edison where he is responsible for federal energy policy issues, particularly as they relate to the operation of wholesale markets and the bulk electric transmission system. Previously, he was an assistant general counsel in the regulatory services department at Con Edison where he worked on legal matters relating to the Con Edison steam system, renewable power and energy efficiency. From 1998-2003, he was Senior Vice-President for Energy at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (where he oversaw City energy policy). Prior to 1998, he was an energy regulatory attorney for Cohen, Dax & Koenig in Albany, New York, and a litigation associate at Cohen, Weiss and Simon and Sullivan & Cromwell in New York City.
He is a graduate of Amherst College and New York University School of Law.