WPLG's Paul Kibel published an article on the North Crimean Canal and the Ukraine-Russia War in International Law News, a publication of the American Bar Association's Section on International Law.
On Thursday, August 18, 2022, WPLG attorney Paul Kibel will serve as a panelist for an online program organized by the Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) Environmental Law Section.
WPLG attorney John Bezdek, who represents tribes in the Colorado River Basin, served as co-chair for the 2022 Tribal Water in the Southwest conference (held May 26-27, 2022).
Along with water law colleagues at the University of Desarrallo Law Faculty in Chile, Paul Kibel will be presenting at the September 22, 2021 webinar on instream river flows.
On May 21, 2021, Paul Kibel was a presenter at the Tribal Water in the Southwest conference. His presentation was on Lessons for Arizona from California's Agua Caliente Litigation on Tribal Groundwater Rights
The 2021 California Water Law Symposium (WLS) was held on January 30, 2021. The theme of this year's WLS, organized by UC Davis School of Law, was Water and Climate Change.
The 2020 California Water Law Symposium (WLS) was held on February 1 , 2020 at Golden Gate University School of Law (GGU Law) in San Francisco. The theme for the 2020 WLS was Federalism & Water: Shifts in Federal/State Roles and Relations.
In summer of 2019, WPLG attorney Paul Kibel travels to Japan to deliver talks at Osaka University and Hokkaido University. The talks are based on a paper Kibel prepared on the roles of hatcheries and habitat under the bilateral Pacific Salmon Treaty.
Maven’s Notebook has featured an article on the reasonable use doctrine panel discussions from the California Water Policy conference in early April.
The annual California Water Policy Conference was held in San Diego, California on April 4 and 5, 2019.