Protecting Instream Values in the Face of Climate Change
CELP's annual full day winter Continuing Legal Education workshop will be held on Thursday, December 1st at the 2100 Building in South Seattle, and will be focused on protecting water resources and habitat in the face of climate change.
Registration will open at 7:45 am, and the program will run from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
We will be holding the event at the 2100 Building in Seattle: 2100 24th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
Lunch will be provided!
6.5 CLE credits offered including 1 ethics credit, pending approval
This year, our program will include:
Water Law Updates
Climate Change and Water Supply
Tribal Water Rights & Habitat
Rural Water Supply - the New Legal Landscape
Our speakers are:
Lara Whitley Binder, Climate Outreach and Adaptation Support Specialist, University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, Seattle,
Neil Caulkins, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Kittitas County, Ellensburg,
Amanda Cronin, Project Manager, Washington Water Trust, Seattle,
Brady Johnson, Attorney, Seattle,
Tom Loranger, Water Resources Program Manager, Washington State Department of Ecology, Olympia,
Jean Melious, Attorney, Nossaman LLP, Bellingham,
Andrea Rodgers, Attorney, Western Environmental Law Center, Seattle,
Prof. Thomas Schlosser, University of Washington School of Law, Seattle,
Tim Trohimovich, Legal Director, Futurewise, Seattle,
Dan Von Seggern, Staff Attorney, Center for Environmental Law & Policy,
Jonathan Yoder, Professor, Washington State University School of Economic Sciences and Director, State of Washington Water Research Center.
2100 Building (View)
2100 24th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144