Conference Announcement: NEPA in Transition

The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Zeroes in on NEPA

This “special institute” from the good folks at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation is worth noting.  Set for November 2-3, 2017, in Denver with a star-studded cast, it should be worth much more than the many CLE credits on offer!  Cribbing from their announcement:

With ongoing required federal permitting and approvals on energy and mineral projects, and a new Administration in Washington, an understanding of NEPA law and litigation is of critical importance for natural resource attorneys from government, private practice, and NGOs, as well as for environmental consultants and landmen. The third in the Foundation’s highly successful NEPA series, this two-day Special Institute will open with an overview of the NEPA process, requirements, and standards, and then quickly move to focus on advanced topics and new developments.

I teach environmental, natural resources, and administrative law at Penn State Law. Before teaching I was an enforcement lawyer at U.S. EPA. Along the way I've done work for environmental nonprofits and written a fair bit about NEPA.
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