James A Glasgow
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Mr Glasgow, a partner in Pillsbury's Energy Practice, has over 40 years of federal government and private sector experience on a wide variety of regulatory, contractual and international trade aspects of licensing, constructing and operating nuclear power plants and nuclear fuel cycle facilities. He advises clients on domestic and international regulation of nuclear power plants, import/export licensing requirements for components, materials and technology, bilateral and multilateral agreements that govern international nuclear commerce and contracts concerning such commerce.
Before beginning his private law practice in 1981, Mr Glasgow was a trial lawyer at the US Justice Department and later served in senior legal positions at the US Atomic Energy Commission, Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Department of Energy.
Mr Glasgow has testified before committees of the US House of Representatives and presented papers on many nuclear law topics at conferences sponsored by the WNA, NEI, American Nuclear Society, American Bar Association, Uranium Institute and US Council for Energy Awareness. He was formerly Chairman and President of WM Symposia Inc (WMS) and is currently General Counsel of WMS.