Water What? Unraveling The Texas Water Law Tangle For Practitioners - 38th Annual General Practice Institute *** 50% OFF

        
  
     
Legal Area:        Environmental Natural Resources Litigation
Total Credit Hours:        1.00
Ethics Credit Included:        0.00
Registration Fee:        $25.00
Course Materials:        textaudiovideo
Session END DATE:        01/31/2018
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CLEonline.com, together with the Baylor School of Law, are pleased to present a special online CLE program designed to update attorneys in 2015 on some important areas common to many general practices. This course features streaming video and audio (as well as downloadable MP3 audio) presentations from a live CLE seminar on this topic that was originally conducted by the Baylor Law School on April 17, 2015. You can access this presentation on demand at any time during the course of the seminar session. This course is accredited for 1.00 MCLE credit hour.



Subjects to be discussed during this course include:

  • Legal Definitions in TCEQ Rules

  • Modern Regulation of State Water and the Water Code

  • Types of TCEQ Water Rights Permits

  • Surface Water Law and Regulation

  • Application and Hearing Process and Appeals




The moderator for this seminar is Brandon Earp is an attorney with The Earp Law Firm, P.C and the Chair of the State Bar of Texas General Practice, Solo and Small Firms Section. Mr. Earp received his law degree from Texas Wesleyan University (J.D.,1999). A more extensive biography for Mr. Earp may be found at his firm's website.


The speaker for this presentation is Jason Hill, who is an attorney in Austin with the firm of Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C. Mr. Hill counsels municipalities, groundwater conservation districts, regional water districts and other State political subdivisions, commercial and industrial interests, and individual landowners on water resources management, water rights, water utilities, and other water supply planning issues. He also advocates for his clients before the Texas District and Appellate courts, as well as the State Office of Administrative Hearing, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and other agencies of the State of Texas. A more extensive biography for Mr. Hill may be found at his firm's website.


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This course is approved for credit by the MCLE Committees of the State Bar of Texas, the State Bar of California and the State Bar of Tennessee. In addition, regular CLE credits for this seminar may also be available in a number of other states through CLE Reciprocity (such as Florida) or as an "Approved Jurisdiction" (Tennessee). CLEonline.com is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. (These are not self-study credits, but rather 'participatory' credits as you would receive for attending a traditional, live CLE seminar.)


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