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7th Annual Conference -- Live!
Texas Water Law
Views from Water Agencies, Engineers & the Legislature
September 29 - 30, 2016  •  La Cantera Hill Country Resort  •  San Antonio

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Credits Available

Earn Up to 12 Hours MCLE Credit Including 1 Hour of Ethics Credit
Earn Up to 12 Hours Engineering Credit
Earn Up to 12 Hours Real Estate Credit
Conference Highlights

 

Dear Colleague:

Stay on top of the latest policies that affect your region, whether from the water agencies, the legislature or the courts.

At our newly consolidated Conference, water law experts will educate and update you on current issues and will answer questions about your concerns and projects. Understand the issues that affect your work, as you learn from the experts who are shaping Texas water law and policy.

Attendees will benefit from a comprehensive case update and overview of challenges confronting the 85th Texas Legislature. A panel of thoughtful water professionals will expand your views about changing water management in Texas. In addition, you will hear in-depth analysis of specific water management issues including groundwater rights, land use, brackish groundwater, contested permit applications, conservation, regional planning, water reuse, environmental flows, surface water, the Edwards Aquifer Authority, and water markets and transfers.

It doesn`t get any better (or more fun) than this. We look forward to seeing you in September!

 

Program Co-Chairs:

Russell S. Johnson, Esq.
McGinnis Lochridge, Austin

Phil Steven Kosub, Esq.
Senior Water Resources Counsel
San Antonio Water System, San Antonio

Edmond R. McCarthy Jr., Esq.
Jackson, Sjoberg, McCarthy & Townsend, Austin

Frank Z. Rutenberg, Esq.
Haynes and Boone, San Antonio

 

Featured Presentation: Water and Texas

Balancing Resources and Demand through Innovative Water Management

Lyle Larson, State Representative

Texas House Member, District 122

Texas House of Representatives, Austin

Representative Lyle Larson serves on the House Natural Resources Committee in the Texas House of Representatives. Rep. Larson is committed to working to secure Texas`s water future. Over the course of the last 5 years, he has traveled across Texas to meet with individuals involved in water policy and planning. Since 2011, Rep. Larson has visited 49 groundwater conservation districts, 12 river authorities, all large public utilities, and several other municipalities and water districts. He has authored legislation related to brackish desalination, aquifer storage and recovery and the creation of a regional five-star water council.