Come EARLY to meet and reconnect with colleagues at the NETWORKING BREAKFAST!
Serious environmental and land use attorneys know that MCLE’s 18th Annual Environmental, Land Use & Energy Law Conference is “the place to be” on February 2nd. Join your colleagues at this premier event to learn what happened in the legislature, state agencies, and courts, and what’s new at the municipal level. Find out what you need to know for your clients and your career, and catch up on what you missed during this busy year.
The Conference is designed for attorneys who have been coming, or practicing in the field, for years, as well as for those new to this practice area. The panelists survey the critical new developments in each of the major fields of environmental law, energy law, land use, and related litigation. For those who have attended the Conference in prior years, attending annually refreshes your knowledge and helps keep you up-to-date on the latest developments. And for those new to the Conference, attending is a great way to broaden and deepen your knowledge by learning from well-known experts who have been tracking trends, cases, and statutory changes you need to be aware of.
Keep track of court decisions, current regulations, and pending bills—and spot new ideas for your federal, state, or local practice. Among the topics covered this year are surveys of important court decisions, the results of DEP’s regulatory reform initiative, hazardous waste and water resource updates, and zoning trends. And hear new presentations on key energy law items of practical note to attorneys, as well as a roundup of various government agency initiatives and enforcement affecting environmental and land use clients.
Leading practitioners in the field and accomplished MCLE speakers and authors share their practical expertise. The plenary format gives you the latest information on a variety of hot topics. Get what you need directly from the experts.
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MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.