Annual Water Law CLE
University of Nebraska College of Law
October 6, 2017
About the Conference:
The annual Nebraska Water Law CLE conference was held Friday, Oct. 6 at the University of Nebraska’s College of Law in Lincoln.
Conference topics span the length and breadth of Nebraska water law, from “Nebraska and the Trump Administration” and “Water Law 101” to the Keystone XL pipeline and ethics and water law.
“This years conference will provide attendees with updates on the numerous Nebraska Supreme Court cases involving water over the past year, including litigation concerning property rights in water and Natural Resource Districts’ regulatory efforts,” said conference organizer and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Associate Professor of Law Anthony Schutz.
The conference is designed to update attendees on new legal developments, as well as evaluate specific topics of interest in water law. It is open to the public and of particular relevance to all who work in water-related professions, including practicing lawyers, water administrators, and water users. “The content is very well suited to all lawyers, students and water professionals,” Schutz said of the daylong event.