ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES LAW SECTION
INDIAN LAW SECTION
ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS ON TRIBAL LANDS: DELEGATIONS, CAPACITY BUILDING, IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT.
Date: Friday, February 27, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: Lewis and Roca LLP, 40 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, 15th Floor
Mr. Bill Yellowtail — Former EPA Region 8 Regional Administrator
Mr. Stephen Etsitty, Navajo Nation EPA
Mr. Brian Bonnen, Gila River Department of Land & Water Resources
Description: This Continuing Legal Education program is intended to help further your understanding of Tribal regulatory control over water resources. Tribes can and do have regulatory authority over many of the water resources located in Arizona. For many this is a way to improve water quality and improve health for their communities. For others, this is an issue they prefer to leave to the federal government. Meanwhile, for the regulated community, understanding when tribes can and do exercise jurisdiction and appreciating how to work with a tribal regulator can save time, expense, and frustrations. This CLE will feature an esteemed panel of regulators and former regulators.
COST: no cost to attend this program.
This Program may qualify for 2 hours of CLE credit.
Please RSVP to Teri Yeates, State Bar of Arizona by 12:00 Noon February 26, 2009 at (602) 340-7312 or via e-mail at Teri.Yeates@staff.azbar.org.
Sections and Committees
State Bar of Arizona
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Phoenix, AZ 85016-6288
Direct Line: 602-340-7312
or 1-866-482-9227 ext 312
State Bar Fax: 602-271-4930