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Where is CEQA Going? Where Should CEQA Go?

Sponsor(s):
Environmental Section
Date:
4/17/2013
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:
ACBA
70 Washington Street
Suite 200
Oakland CA, 94607
Registration Closes:
4/16/2013
Join the ACBA Environmental Section with the Business and Trial Practice Sections in a panelist discussion with experts on where California's Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is going and where it should go. Learn about some of the top CEQA decisions of the past year and cases pending before the California Supreme Court, CEQA reform proposals, and the most recent revisions to CEQA, including new streamlining tools for infill development under Senate Bill (SB) 226, and how they compare to the CEQA provisions in SB 375. Also reviewed will be California's climate and water supply analysis under CEQA and its interaction with the federal Endangered Species Act, focusing on Preserve Wild Santee and Smart Rail . (And no, this is not a mini-repeat of the CEQA presentations at the State Bar's Environmental Yosemite Conference!)
Speakers:
Todd Williams
CEQA Update
4/17/2013 12:00 AM
Todd Williams of Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean works with public and private clients, including owners and developers of residential, commercial and industrial property, on entitlement processing, local government approvals, CEQA litigation and compliance, planning and zoning law issues and real property disputes.
Paul Kibel
CEQA Update
4/17/2013 12:00 AM
Paul Kibel is an associate professor at Golden Gate University School of Law and of counsel to Fitgerald, Abbott & Beardsley LLP. Paul specializes in water law, natural resources law and international environmental law. He serves as faculty editor for the GGU Environmental Law Journal and as co-director for the GGU Center for Urban Environmental Law (CUEL).
Christopher Calfee
CEQA Update
4/17/2013 12:00 AM
Chris Calfee is Senior Counsel at the Governor's Office of Planning and Research who previously served as special counsel for both the Office of Planning and Research and the California Natural Resources Agency, where he was the lead attorney responsible for the development and adoption of amendments to the state's CEQA Guidelines addressing analysis and mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Jewell Hargleroad
CEQA Update
4/17/2013 12:00 AM
Jewell Hargleroad serves on the ACBA's Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Section and will serve as moderator to the panelists. Jewell represents both private and public clients, focusing on state and federal appellate and complex administrative proceedings, specializing in land use, contracts and compliance.
Event Cost:
MCLE-Plus Members
$0.00
Trial Practice Section
$30.00
Business Section
$30.00
Environmental Section
$30.00
ACBA Members
$45.00
Non-Members
$60.00
Credits:
General
1 hr(s)