Members of the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review have been doing some interesting things. Sarah Fuhrman, the Law Review’s Solicitation Editor, offers this piece about a project that colleague Colin Maguire undertook during the summer.
How did you spend your summer? Colin W. Maguire, the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review’s Publicity Editor, jetted across the pond to meet with three attorneys at the London office of K&L Gates, one of the world’s largest law firms. (By the way, 2006 Cooley graduate Billy M.C. Chen is an associate in the firm’s Taipei, Taiwan office.)
Colin’s interview focused on a paper that they had published, but also goes in some different directions.
The result is an incredibly deep look at green building policies in the commercial real estate sector. There is a particular focus on Britain’s “Green Deal”and energy-efficiency requirements for commercial buildings. The lessons learned from the UK are applicable and beneficial to professionals and legal advisers in many markets.
Here is the text of Colin’s interview as found on the firm’s own website.