WPLG attorney Paul Stanton Kibel's article California Rushes In - Keeping Water Instream for Fisheries Without Federal Law has been accepted for publication in the William and Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review.
The UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs will publish WPLG attorney Paul Stanton Kibel's article Damage to Fisheries by Dams: The Interplay Between International Water Law and International Fisheries Law.
WPLG's Paul Stanton Kibel presented on changes in California water law practice at the April 7, 2017 At the Confluence Water Law Symposium at University of Denver Sturm College of Law and at the April 13, 2017 Bar Association of San Francisco Environmental Law Section panel on Coming Changes
In his October 2016 article in the California Water Law Journal, WPLG attorney Paul Stanton Kibel discusses the California State Water Board's September 2016 proposed flows for tributaries to the San Joaquin River, and how these proposed tributary flows relate to watershed governance and the publ
Richard Roos-Collins and Paul Stanton Kibel will present at this year's California Water Law Symposium being held at Golden Gate University School of Law on Saturday, January 25. The conference is entitled "Wasted Water: Reasonable Use Law in 21st Century California."
In the summer of 2015, WPLG's Paul Stanton Kibel published an article in UC Davis School of Law's Environs Environmental Law and Policy Journal. The article, titled Sea Level Rise, Saltwater Intrusion and Endangered Fisheries - Shifting Baselines for the Bay Delta Conservation Plan
In October 2015, WPLG's Paul Stanton Kibel presented at the University of Montana School of Law's 'Transcending Boundaries' conference on natural resources law. An article based on this presentation, titled Passages and Flow Considered Anew - Wild Salmon Restoration Via Hydro Relicensing
On October 25, 2015, WPLG's Paul Stanton Kibel will moderate a panel at the annual California State Bar Environmental Law Section Yosemite Conference on Reliability, Restoration and Resilience in Water Planning: Relearni