Join us for a 1 hour MCLE that covers a brief overview of water law. The course is divided into four areas: Water Rights, Water Quality, navigable waters, and Water Service. Water rights covers the history of California water rights. Water quality covers the regulation of water pollution. Navigable waters covers the regulation of wetlands, dredging, and surface use of waterways. Water service covers water delivery and infrastructure, including recently announced state responses to the drought. Key water rights doctrines, major laws, and recent legislation will be highlighted.

Speaker Marianne Greene, earned her law degree from University of San Diego School of Law. Most recently, she was a Deputy City Attorney for the City of San Diego and Deputy County Counsel for Merced County in the areas of land use and planning. Earlier in her career, she coordinated the Rincon Indian Reservation environmental program and worked at the U.S. Soil Conservation Service, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the offices of the Attorney General of California. Ms. Greene has been in San Diego for almost 30 years and is currently in private practice specializing in environmental and land use law.

Date: Friday, May 22 2015

Time: 12-1 p.m.

Location: Downtown San Diego

MCLE: 1 hour general participatory credit.

Register: online