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The Annual Conference on Critical Developments for

Water Law in Washington

A powerhouse faculty will bring you up to date on the current most pressing issues in Washington water rights and resource management

June 10 & 11, 2021

Interactive Online Broadcast

As a value added bonus, you'll receive access to downloadable audio and video recordings at no additional charge.

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Program Overview

What to Look Forward to

~ Western water law as it is implemented in Washington

~ The evolution of water right mitigation in Washington State

~ Practice tips for administrative and appellate litigation

~ Streamflow Restoration Act (Hirst) implementation

~ Adjudications after Acquavella

~ Implementing the new statutory criteria for watershed planning

~ Community water rights and transfers of inchoate water

~ Tribal senior water rights

~ Legislative and case law updates

~ Environmental Justice considerations and resulting ethical issues

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Faculty Bios

Joseph A. Brogan, Joseph A. Brogan, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Foster Garvey and one of the leading water rights lawyers in Washington state. He provides strategic advice, permitting and litigation support to water purveyors, public utility districts, ports, industry clients and private property owners.

Joshua Osborne-Klein, Joshua Osborne-Klein, Program Co-Chair, is an Assistant Attorney General for the Washington State Attorney General's Office. He previously served as a Staff Attorney for the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and was in private practice where he represented a variety of clients including Indian Tribes.

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