Overview of Natural Resources - Renewables/Energy
Brooke Wahlberg will serve as an instructor for the upcoming MCLE live course and webinar, “Handling Your First (or Next) Environmental Law Matter: Finding Your Niche,” hosted by the Texas State Bar. The course will be held at the Texas Law Center in Austin on December 6, 2019. Brooke’s presentation, “Overview of Natural Resources - Renewables/Energy,” will take place at 10:45 a.m., and will address the Endangered Species Act and eagle permitting, wetlands, and cultural and historical resources.
Available to attend either in-person or via live webcast, the full course will address the key areas that now encompass the field of environmental law. Faculty will explore basics including regulations and permitting, energy resources, water quality & water rights, climate change, air quality issues and waste management, as well as multijurisdictional issues and enforcement. The program will provide an overview of what it means to practice environmental law today and provide resources that both experienced attorneys and those new to this field of law can use to be successful.
Available CLE credit includes 7 Hours (.75 Ethics) MCLE, which applies to the Texas Bar College and the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Administrative, Civil Trial, Construction, Oil, Gas and Mineral and Real Estate Law (Commercial, Residential, Farm & Ranch and POA). Those who register by November 22nd will save $50 off the course fee.