Clean Water Act: Law and Regulation 2017 | ALI-CLE.org
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[Note: Date changed from Dec. 7-8, 2017]

Clean Water Act:
Law and Regulation 2017


Monday - Tuesday, December 4 - 5, 2017
Live Program | Video Webcast | Video Webcast Segments
Hunton & Williams LLP | Washington, DC
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I really enjoyed the program, particularly the panels on climate change and the NPDES permit program.
Overall the speakers proved themselves to be experts in the relevant topics. The panels were generally well balanced, providing good counter perspectives and points.
Overall, I thought the program was very good. I appreciate the focus on new developments in the law.
Excellent program. Great mix of professional diversity (regulators, NGO, private practice, regulated community). – Claire A. Manning
This is an excellent course for the Clean Water Act professional. The combination of opinions, from states, municipalities, private-sector attorneys and federal (EPA & Corps) makes for an excellent perspective across all stakeholders grappling with the issues. I also thought there was an excellent balance of legal issues and policy challenges.
Excellent course! I’ve been practicing water law for more than 10 years, and I learned so much from the presenters. It was a great refresher on issues I may not work on regularly, provided really helpful insight regarding new developments, and a lot of interesting perspectives on the challenges we’re facing. I appreciated the great expertise of the presenters – and the range of interests and perspectives presented on the issues.
I liked the panel presentation/discussion format. I also liked the diversity of the panelists – they provided perspective from different backgrounds (regulatory agency, attorneys representing regulated industries/utilities, and environmental/natural resource/wildlife protection groups). The issues covered were very relevant and timely.