Thursday, October 21, 2021
At the request of my colleague and friend, Prof. Amy Hardberger , the George W. McCleskey Professor of Water Law and Director of the Center for Water Law and Policy at the Texas Tech University School of Law, below is information about a seminar entitled West Texas Water:
The Texas Tech Law Review is proud to host the first West Texas Water Law Symposium on November 5th in conjunction with the Center for Water Law and Policy. The symposia will be offered for CLE credit. Register for the event at this link.
The Texas Tech School of Law invites you all to attend the Texas Tech Law Review Fall Water Law Symposium. This year’s symposium: West Texas Water The New Frontier, will provide an extensive look at the current state of Water Law and Policy affecting West Texas. Attendees will benefit from a surplus of knowledge presented through panels and lectures. The cost of attendance is $75. Due to the current status of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Symposium will take place completely virtual. The Symposium will be offering 7.5 hours of CLE credits with the Texas State Bar, including .75 hours of Ethics CLE credit.
Texas Tech Law Review is working in concert with the Texas Tech Center for Water Law and Policy to present this Symposium. They are excited to offer this CLE credit to our alumni. Professor Hardberger has recruited a group of speakers with diverse backgrounds in Water Law and Policy. We hope you can join us virtually on November 5th from 9:00 am to 5:15 pm. Follow this link to register for the event.
If you have any questions, please contact our Symposium Editor Donald “Trey” Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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