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Texas Coastal Law
Legal Issues, Permitting & Conservation
June 8 - 9, 2017  •  JW Marriott  •  Houston

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Earn Up to 12 Hours MCLE Credit Including 1 Hour of Ethics Credit
Earn Up to 12 Hours Engineering Credit
Conference Highlights
Dear Colleague,
We are pleased to invite you to join us for this exciting conference on Texas Coastal Law.
The coastal zone is a sensitive, useful, biologically diverse, and economically important area. This conference is an excellent opportunity for in-house counsel and other lawyers, government officials and employees, planners, real estate professionals, engineers, consultants, and environmental professionals to discuss current hot topics related to the coastal zone such as:
·      Texas Coastal Economic Geography
·      Permitting Along the Texas Coast
·      The Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Loss Litigation
·      Lessons Learned from the BP Deepwater Horizon Event
·      Natural Resource Damages Claims
·      Defending the Coast From Hurricanes
·      Potential Tort Liability Associated with Hurricane-Related Spills
·      Erosion and Texas Open Beaches
·      Ethical Issues Related to Coastal Law
·      Coastal Fisheries and Water Quality Issues
·      Legal Aspects of the San Jacinto Pits
·      Estuaries and Freshwater Inflows
·      Climate Change
…and more!
The conference presents numerous opportunities for networking with professionals from Houston and beyond.
We hope to see you in June!

Jim Blackburn, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Blackburn & Carter, Houston
Charles Irvine, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Irvine & Conner, Houston