Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Ind. Law - Two low-cost CLE opportunities at IU McKinney
This one is not only free, but includes a free lunch! A 1.0 credit CLE titled "Judicial Selection: Thinking Outside the Box."
Judicial Selection can be, and is, more than just slating, elections, or nominating commissions of attorneys and lay people. Come hear three law students from the judicial selection seminar at the Indiana University McKinney School of Law address unique ways of thinking about judicial selection. Lunch is included! It is Friday, March 7th.This one is 6.0 CLE (including 1.0 hours ethics) and is $75. It is this Friday, Feb. 28th. It is IU McKinney School of Law's Seventh Annual Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Symposium - Indiana Rivers: Water Access, Water Quality, & Water’s Future. The intro:
Indiana’s Rivers are indeed a treasure as well as a resource that the state is bound to protect and conserve. Through a complex system of laws and regulations at the state and federal level, the rivers that flow through the state and define some of its borders are monitored, protected, assessed, and conserved and activities on their shores, and in their watersheds, that can affect water quality are likewise monitored and regulated. Recent events in West Virginia – where over 300,000 people lost access to basic drinking water for over a week following a chemical release into the Elk River – demonstrate that even the most complex and carefully-managed regulatory system can still fail. And recent experience in Indiana – where almost two-thirds of state waters that have been assessed for quality have been designated as “impaired” under the Clean Water Act – shows that more can be done.View the program, it sounds excellent. And lunch is included, the luncheon speaker is Carol Comer, General Counsel, Indiana Dept of Environmental Management.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on February 26, 2014 11:45 AM
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