Event Nov 6, 2015

Future of Water Supply in California: In Times of Shortage, Who Gets Cut and How Much? Agriculture? The Environment? The People?

LACBA Environmental Law Section

Best Best & Krieger’s Joseph Byrne is among the speakers on the panel “Future of Water Supply in California: In Times of Shortage, Who Gets Cut and How Much? Agriculture? The Environment? The People?” This panel will discuss California’s legal framework for water distribution and the challenges facing decision makers and stakeholders in times of shortage. Other panelists include Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Senior Assistant General Manager (Water System) Martin L. Adams and State Water Resources Control Board Chief Counsel Michael Lauffer.

The panel is part of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Environmental Section’s program exploring some of the more pressing and pending issues impacting environmental law in California and beyond. The fall symposium will include a keynote speech by the general manager of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California – Jeffrey Kightlinger – and three panels on issues ranging from air and toxics, water, and environmental contamination.

When
Friday, Nov. 6

Where
InterContinental Los Angeles Century City
2151 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

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