Our all day winter Continuing Legal Education workshop is being transformed into three, 2 hour afternoon workshop sessions. Whether you need your CLE credits or you just want to learn more about environmental policy, water law, and tribal interests we have a great line up of speakers and topics for everyone.
When: Dec 1st, Dec 3rd, Dec 7th
Where: Virtually on Zoom. Once you purchase your ticket you will receive a link to the Zoom workshop. Any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
General $50/session or $120/all 3 workshops
CELP Members $45/session or $108/all 3 workshops
*you are a CELP member if you have donated $50 or more to CELP in the last year
Student/Nonprofit $25/session or $60/all 3 workshops
Each workshop has its own registration page. Each page includes an all-inclusive ticket option to attend all 3 workshops at a discount.
CLE Credit: We have applied for 2 Continuing Legal Education credits for each session, a total of 6 CLE credits for all 3 workshops.
Tuesday Dec. 1st: Water Trading and Speculation
Peter Dykstra, Plauche & Carr LLP “Using transfers, water banks, and the TWRP to restore instream flows and meet other water needs”
Mary McCrea, Retired Attorney and concerned Methow Valley resident, “Out of basin water transfers: the upstream perspective”
Robert Sappington, Attorney, Sammamish, WA, “Climate-Driven Acceleration of Speculation in Water Rights”
Thursday Dec. 3rd: River Basin Adjudications and Tribal Rights
Robin McPherson, Washington Department of Ecology “Court Adjudications, Tribal Rights and Stream Flows”
Robert Anderson, Professor of Law Emeritus University of Washington School of Law, Oneida Indian Nation Visiting Professor of Law Harvard Law School “Adjudications and Tribal rights: how much water?”
Danielle Squeochs, Hydrologist, Yakama Indian Nation, “Yakama Nation Perspectives on the Acquavella Adjudication“
Monday Dec. 7th: Climate Change and Water Rights
Robin Kundis Craig, James I. Farr Presidential Endowed Professor of Law, University Distinguished Professor University of Utah School of Law “The End of Stationarity in Water Law”
Dan Von Seggern, Staff Attorney CELP “Past performance does not guarantee future results: How does climate change affect water allocation?“