Clyde Snow

ENREL Brown Bag Luncheon 2019 Water Law Legislative Preview

by | Jan 6, 2019

Please join Steven E. Clyde and Emily E. Lewis at the offices of Clyde Snow & Sessions on January 24, 2019 for a 2019 Water Law Legislative Preview. Addressing several key issues raised in the 2018 General Legislative Session, the 2019 General Legislative Session offers several proposed bills of note to the water law community. Many of these bills embody the recommendations of a yearlong stakeholder drafting process. This Legislative Preview will discuss both the substance of the proposed legislation and the unique context from which these bills arose. Legislative topics include:

Bring your own lunch; drinks will be provided. 1-hour regular CLE credit available. Agenda and registration information can be found on the Utah State Bar’s website here.

January 24, 2019 – 12:15 PM to 1:15 PM
Clyde Snow & Sessions
201 S. Main Street, 14th Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Sign up for our latest updates.

Recent Posts

The Ripple Effect Episode 133: Solar Garden Agrivoltaics

Byron Kominek, Owner and Manager of Jack's Solar Garden, explains how he revitalized his family farm with modern technology. A creative approach that mixes old-world farming and new-world energy production in mutually beneficial symbiosis.

Wills, Trusts, and Probates: Estate Planning with Wayne Bennett

When planning to transfer your possessions to your loved ones, it can be daunting, both due to the burden of paperwork and familial pressure. This is precisely why developing and arranging a will and trust with a trusted professional is critical. Today Wayne Bennett...

The Ripple Effect Episode 131: Ivory Homes’ Water Wise Developments

Clint Larson, Manager of Major Projects and Custom Homes for Ivory Homes, walks us through his organization's transition to adopting water wise landscaping and planning at the subdivision scale. A great talk about organizational change, growth in Utah, and effective...

The Ripple Effect Episode 130: PFAS and Artificial Grass

Chelsea Benjamin, Water Policy Fellow at Western Resource Advocates, expounds on her team's research of artificial turf. There's far more to consider than just cost and water savings. A fascinating discussion full of facts that may surprise you.

Related Posts