Don't miss the Texas Water Law Institute. Get the latest information on the drought and its effect on water law and planning from regulatory agency members, water law practitioners and experts from around the state.
The 2013 program features:
- Chairman Bryan Shaw on drought planning and response at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
- Chairman Carlos Rubinstein on the future of the reorganized Texas Water Development Board
- The history of drought in Texas and the drought outlook for 2014, as well as its potential impact on the Texas economy
- Drought from a hydrologist's perspective: how drought affects water planning and permitting
- Ethical issues in expert testimony: engineers, experts, and protecting client privilege
- Finding and financing water for your project: the factors challenging water supply across the state
- Development of brackish groundwater and interstate and international water projects
- Analysis of the latest water law cases and what passed and what didn't in the 83rd Texas Legislature
- Changes resulting from transfer of water utility regulation to the Public Utility Commission of Texas
- Wednesday evening’s Texas Water Law Overview with Jim Mathews and Doug Caroom
- Earn up to 15.75 hours of CLE credit including 1.50 hours of ethics.