Stephanie Jue
Stephanie C. Jue is a Lecturer in the Business, Government, and Society Department in the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.  Ms. Jue received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master of Science degree in sociology, both from Mississippi State University, a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas, and a Master’s degree in Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resources Law from the University of Houston Law Center in Houston, Texas.  Ms. Jue has experience in the energy industry as a legal analyst for a multinational oil and gas corporation and as corporate counsel for a regional electric grid operator.
• Word for Word Single Lecture: Environmental Law
We conducted a short interview with Ms. Jue.  Enjoy, and be sure to take advantage of all the incredible Word for Word lectures we have coming up!
IC: What can students expect out of your class? SJ: An overview of environmental law with an emphasis on some issues that have been in the news recently.
IC: What are you most excited about sharing with your students?  SJ: I like sharing the practical side of environmental law—looking at the issues from an “ideal” v. “financially feasible” perspective.
IC: What do you as the instructor learn from working with your students? SJ: I enjoy learning about what students feel are the important environmental issues today.  The “important issues” change over time, and I like to keep up-to-date on what students find are the most interesting and/or urgent problems that we are facing.

Stephanie Jue

Stephanie C. Jue is a Lecturer in the Business, Government, and Society Department in the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.  Ms. Jue received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master of Science degree in sociology, both from Mississippi State University, a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas, and a Master’s degree in Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resources Law from the University of Houston Law Center in Houston, Texas.  Ms. Jue has experience in the energy industry as a legal analyst for a multinational oil and gas corporation and as corporate counsel for a regional electric grid operator.

We conducted a short interview with Ms. Jue.  Enjoy, and be sure to take advantage of all the incredible Word for Word lectures we have coming up!

IC: What can students expect out of your class?
SJ:
An overview of environmental law with an emphasis on some issues that have been in the news recently.

IC: What are you most excited about sharing with your students? 
SJ:
I like sharing the practical side of environmental law—looking at the issues from an “ideal” v. “financially feasible” perspective.

IC: What do you as the instructor learn from working with your students?
SJ:
I enjoy learning about what students feel are the important environmental issues today.  The “important issues” change over time, and I like to keep up-to-date on what students find are the most interesting and/or urgent problems that we are facing.