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UT Law’s Texas Water Law eConference is the definitive gathering of presentations from regulatory agency members, water law practitioners and experts from around the state. Listen to comprehensive discussions on the latest information and developments in Texas water law and planning.
The 2016 program highlights include:
Unbundling Water Rights: Piloting Efforts to Apply the Australian Experience in the American West with Prof. Mark Squillace, University of Colorado Law School
Experienced practitioners explore the prior appropriation doctrine in Texas following TCEQ v. Texas Farm Bureau
Texas Water Development Board Chairman Bech Bruun presents highlights of the 2017 Texas State Water Plan and recent SWIFT program financing.
Examine new requirements imposed by SB 660 (2011) and HB (200) in Desired Future Conditions: Will Process Changes Increase Accountability?
Commissioner Jonathan K. Niermann of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality discusses A Change in Perspective: When the Lawyer Becomes the Client
Case law updates highlighting key surface water and groundwater cases; as well as additional legislative developments addressing water issues.
The ideal introduction for new entrants to the field or a refresher for seasoned practitioners, as well as non-lawyers, governmental officials, and engineers, the Water Law Fundamentals eConference provides an overview of Texas water law statutes, regulations, and cases, including vocabulary and acronyms necessary to understanding Texas water law.