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.
On February 2nd, Paul Kibel joined the Questions of Common Supply: SGMA Requirements for Interconnected Surface Water and Groundwater panel at UC Hasting’s California Water Law Symposium.
Paul Kibel, WPLG's Water and Natural Resource Counsel, will present Rivers that Depend on Aquifers: Drafting Sustainable Groundwater Management Plans with Fisheries in Mind at UC Irvine Law on November 1. The event will be in Room EDU 1131 from 12-1pm.
In August 2018, the Center on Urban Environmental Law (CUEL) at Golden Gate University School of Law released a new guidebook entitled: Rivers That Depend on Aquifers: Drafting SGMA Groundwater Plans with Fisheries in Mind.
In collaboration with the Center on Urban Environmental Law (CUEL) at Golden Gate University School of Law, WPLG is preparing a guidebook titled Rivers that Depend on Aquifers: Drafting SGMA Groundwater Plans with Fisheries in Mind.
Richard Roos-Collins was today appointed as General Counsel of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation. This corporation implements the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (2016) to undertake nation’s largest dam removal effort. When completed, the project will restore anadromous fisheries
Richard Roos-Collins will participate in the panel, “Can the San Joaquin River Bay Delta Water Quality Control Plan Flow Standards be Settled?,” at the Association of California Water Agencies’ Spring Conference in Monterey California on May 11. He will speak about the Brown Administration’s eff