Please join Steve Quarles at The Seminar Group’s 27th Annual Endangered Species Act Conference in Seattle, WA, from January 23-24, 2020. Steve will be participating in the “Legislative/Regulatory Update” panel on January 23rd, discussing legislative developments, rulemaking activities and policy updates.
The Seminar Group’s Annual Endangered Species Act conference is a two-day seminar in which ESA practitioners, agency officials and scientists provide the latest and most important information needed for ESA compliance. The conference helps attorneys, businesses, conservation organizations and government staff to understand the complexities of the law. The program will provide updates on federal litigation, legislative and regulatory changes, updates to the Section 7 consultation process and Section 4 listings, as well as ethical and litigation considerations. It will also offer practical insights and an opportunity to network with experts and colleagues.
Available CLE credit includes: 10.75 hours of law and legal credit and 1.0 hours of ethics CLE credit by the Washington MCLE board (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). This includes 0.75 hours of law and legal CLE credit for the optional session. Note that if you do not attend the optional session you will earn 10.0 hours of law and legal credit and 1.0 hours of ethics CLE credit. Self-Study credit will be available, specific credit amount to be determined. The Seminar Group is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider; therefore, this course is approved for 11.0 general and 1.0 ethics CLE credits (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). This includes 0.75 general CLE credits for the optional session. Note that if you do not attend the optional session you will earn 10.25 general and 1.0 ethics CLE credits.