Thursday, February 14, 2013
I am excited to announce that on March 29, 2013, the Idaho Law Review will be hosting its annual symposium, which this year is Legal Aspects of Hydraulic Fracturing. As the faculty adviser for the event, I am so proud of our students for putting together such an excellent program that will include both top professors and top practitioners from around the country.
Even better, we will be live streaming the event so those of you who can't make it to Boise can join us from wherever you might be (office, home, cafe, mountaintop).
Moreover, we will also offer 5 streaming CLE credits, which should be attractive to practitioners (outside of Idaho, reciprocal credits must be authenticated with attorney's state bar by submitting materials we will provide).
Come join us in Boise if you can, and if you can't make it to Boise, join us online! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the event.
Legal Aspects of Hydraulic Fracturing: An Idaho Law Review Symposium
CLE Credits and Price: 5 CLE credits. Price $145 CLE, $45 non-CLE (includes breakfast and lunch). Limited seating is available. Register online. Registrations will be processed in the order received.
Registration and Continental Breakfast (8:00 – 8:30)
Introductions and Welcome (8:30 – 8:45)
Science and Technology of Hydraulic Fracturing (8:45-9:45)
Moderator: Anastasia Telesetsky (Idaho)
John Imse (NORWEST)
Virginia Gillerman (Idaho Geological Survey)
Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing’s Environmental Effects (10:00 – 12:15)
Water. (10:00 – 11:00)
Moderator: Barbara Cosens (Idaho)
Joseph Dellapenna (Villanova)
Robin Kundis Craig (Utah)
Air & Land. (11:00 – 12:00)
Moderator: Jerrold Long (Idaho)
Jim Wedeking (Sidley Austin LLP)
Carlos Romo (Baker Botts LLP)
Morning Wrap-Up Panel Discussion (12:00 – 12:15)
Lunch Break (12:15-1:30)
State & Local Government Regulation Hydraulic Fracturing (1:30 – 2:30)
Moderator: Stephen R. Miller (Idaho)
Uma Outka (Kansas)
Michael Christian (Marcus Christian Hardee & Davies LLP)
Two Hydraulic Fracturing Hot Topics: Trespass & Trade Secrets (2:30 – 3:30)
Chris Kulander (Texas Tech)
Keith Hall (Louisiana State)
Break (3:30 – 3:45)
Does Hydraulic Fracturing Have a Role in a Clean Energy Future? (3:45 – 4:45)
Moderator: Dale D. Goble (Idaho)
Joshua Fershee (West Virginia)
Patrick Parenteau (Vermont)
Concluding remarks (4:45 – 5:00)
Reception (5:00 – 6:00)
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