In 2019 Renée Martin-Nagle earned her Ph.D. in Law from SCELG, with Dr. Francesco Sindico as her advisor. Her thesis, Governance of Offshore Freshwater Resources, was published as a book in January 2020 by Brill Nijhoff and has received favorable reviews in Groundwater and Water International. During her time with SCELG, she also published a monograph entitled “Transboundary Offshore Aquifers: A Search for a Legal Regime”. Since graduating from the SCELG program, she has continued to publish widely on global water issues with a focus on nonrenewable groundwater and other unconventional water resources. Currently Renée is serving as President and CEO of A Ripple Effect PLLC, Visiting Scholar at the Environmental Law Institute, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Saint Francis University, Treasurer of the International Water Resources Institute, Member of the Ebensburg Municipal Water Authority, Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees of Mount Aloysius College, and Vice-Chair of the Sustainability Committee of the American Bar Association Forum on Air and Space Law. She currently works as Special Counsel at Eckert Seamans. She speaks English (mother tongue) and French.
Renée’s full profile is available here.
Her areas of expertise:
- Climate and Energy