Executive Director, National Association of Environmental Law Societies
Dan Worth is the Executive Director of the National Association of Environmental Law Societies ("NAELS"), a coalition of environmental law student groups that seeks to mobilize the university community in support of public interest environmental solutions. Dan also currently serves on the Steering Committee for the Energy Action Network, a coalition of student and youth groups working on climate and energy issues. Prior to joining NAELS, Dan served as the Harvard Law School Environmental Fellow, where he coordinated the Environmental Working Group - a team of Harvard Law School administrators, professors, alumni, and students working to develop a comprehensive environmental law program. While at Harvard, Dan volunteered for the Law Offices of Matthew F. Pawa, P.C., where he conducted research on the recent tort-based global warming cases. Dan graduated cum laude from Boston University School of Law and has clerked for Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund in the organization's D.C. and Juneau, Alaska offices.