“The Water Law & Policy Conference, a collaboration with the Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, will bring together attorneys, public policy makers, and scientists to review the major water law challenges facing Arizona. Presentations by experts in the field will include topics such as Tribal water rights, recycled water for potable uses, and the water/energy nexus. It will take place on Friday, December 1st in Tucson.
Co-Chair: Barbara U. Rodriguez-Pashkowski, Environmental Attorney, Gust Rosenfeld P.L.C.
Co-Chair: Ken Hodson, Retired
Speakers will include:
Chris Avery, Chief Water Counsel, Principal Assistant City Attorney, City of Tucson
Tom Buschatzke, Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources
Michelle DeBlasi, Environmental and Energy Attorney, Fennemore Craig, P.C.
Robert Glennon, Regents’ Professor, Morris K. Udall Professor of Law & Public Policy, James E. Rogers College of Law
Jeff Heilman, Water Rights and Natural Resources Attorney, Salmon, Lewis & Weldon, PLC
Rhett Larson, Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability Associate Professor, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Rob McCandless, Membrane Technology Specialist, Brown and Caldwell
Mark McGinnis, Water Rights and Natural Resources Attorney, Salmon, Lewis & Weldon, PLC
Dave Roberts, Senior Director of Water Resources, Salt River Project
Patrick Sigl, Senior Attorney, Salt River Project
The proceedings will be published in the Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy in Spring of 2018.
Friday, Dec. 1st: all-day summit at the University of Arizona College of Law, 8:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. The conference will be followed by a happy hour for attendees.
This event may qualify for up to 5 hours of CLE credit.
A registration fee of $90 will be collected at the registration the morning of the event. Cash, check, and card are all accepted.
This event is free for students, employees of the University of Arizona, and government employees.”