Air quality is the most active and evolving practice area in environmental law at both the federal and state level. The Environmental Protection Agency and other federal and state agencies have proposed and finalized new air quality regulations at a dizzying pace in recent years.
While under the new Trump Administration this pace has slowed, states and environmental groups have intensified their efforts to shape the future of air quality and climate change law through the courts. Air quality laws and programs have most heavily affected the oil and gas industry, but these laws and programs also impact development and operations of other extractive and energy industries. The fourth in the Foundation’s highly successful Air Quality series, this Special Institute will provide essential updates and critical insights for this fast-changing area of law.
Experienced attendees will benefit from deeper insights into cutting-edge topics, while resource professionals who are relatively new to the practice will benefit from the experience of our distinguished speakers. We hope you can join us in Denver to continue the tradition of valuable educational and networking opportunities provided by our Air Quality institute.
Course materials and audio recordings are available in various formats if you are unable to attend.
Continuing Education Credit
This course consists of approximately 12 hours of continuing education, including 1 hour of ethics. You must let us know, at least 45 days in advance of the conference, the states or organizations for which you will need credit (see registration form). Credit hours for states will vary and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules. Foundation conferences are typically accredited by all mandatory CLE states and Canadian provinces, NADOA and NALTA, and other professional organizations. Attorneys from certain states may be required to pay an additional fee. The Foundation is a State Bar of California MCLE-approved provider.
Cutoff date for discounted registration fees: January 12, 2018