36th Annual Advanced ALI-ABA Course of Study Environmental Law
February 9 - 10, 2006
Comprising almost 18 hours of instruction , the course is widely recognized as the preeminent annual opportunity for environmental lawyers and other professionals to learn from one another and from a faculty of leading practitioners, scholars, and governmental officials. A significant percentage of the nation's environmental bar has attended this course, which, through the years, has served more and more practitioners with considerable experience in the practice.
While designed principally for the environmental law practitioner, the course also continues to serve attorneys seeking to enter the field, in part through a series of optional introductory lectures on the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Superfund, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. (These introductory lectures are presented on the Wednesday evening before the first full day of the course.) Through the years, however, the course has evolved as an advanced review and update of the particularly significant recent developments in each subject area. This trend has enabled the course to serve the substantial and ever-increasing percentage of registrants who are experienced practitioners.
Time is reserved throughout the program to address written questions from the registrants.
Partner Steve Quarles participated in a panel discussion, Public Lands and the Endangered Species Act as part of this two day event.
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