Law Review Fall Symposium 2011: 21st Century Water Law

The Environmental Law Review invites you to attend their Fall 2011 symposium which will focus on 21st century water law issues.  This program is being held, in part, to commemorate the retirements of Professors Jim Huffman and Janet Neuman.

To commemorate the retirements of Professor (and former Dean) Jim Huffman and Professor (and former associate dean) Janet Neuman, Lewis & Clark Law School and Environmental Law are holding a symposium on water law and its future.

Panelists include nine distinguished water law scholars from around the country.  The participants will discuss topics as divergent as the convergence of Eastern and Western water law, water rights and changing ecological conditions, takings and riparian water rights, watershed governance and coastal zone management, climate change and water law, and the Oregon public trust doctrine.  The papers will be published in a forthcoming issue of Environmental Law.

Lawyers, students, and the public are invited to attend the event at the Law School on October 7, 2011.  CLE credit will be available.

For more information and to register, visit the Fall Symposium webpage.

Questions:  Contact Shari Lachin, (503) 768-6716 or