|Date(s):||Wednesday, 5/2/2012, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm|
|Location:||MCLE Conference Center, Ten Winter Place, Boston (directions)|
|CLE Credits:||9 substantive credits, 1 ethics credits|
If your clients do any construction, planning, or conservation, you need to know the complex federal laws regulating wetlands and other waters, including the latest developments concerning "waters of the United States." Practitioners who advise or work in many sectors of the national economy—agriculture, construction and land development, government regulation, forestry, mining, highway and other transportation, public works, recreation, and utilities, to name a few—must know the laws and regulatory programs dealing with the protection of wetlands and other waters.
Are you on top of the latest developments in wetlands law?
A top-flight faculty of senior public officials, experienced private practitioners, government prosecutors and defense attorneys, and public interest advocates provide an unparalleled update on the law for the experienced practitioner and an overview of the basic substantive law and practice issues for the less experienced practitioner.
The course is designed for a wide audience. It updates experienced attorneys and related professionals, informs public affairs specialists about the issues that will form tomorrow's debates, and provides general practitioners with an excellent framework for understanding the law and counseling clients in this complex area.