Casemaker Libra

This book is only available through the purchase of the Environmental/Land Use practice area.

14th Annual Water Law Conference

Publication Year: November 18, 2005   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter 1 Washington Water Law Update Recent and Current Water Resource Cases
 Chapter Two-A Tribal Update- Water Rights Litigation On the Lummi Reservation
 Chapter Two-B Annual Wsba Water Law Conference Seattle, Washington
 Chapter Three-A Notes Pages The Columbia River- Sharing the Resource
 Chapter Three-B Notes Pages The Colombia River- Sharing the Resource
 Chapter Three-C The Columbia River- Sharing The Resource
 Chapter Three-D Notes Pages
 Chapter Three-E Notes Pages The Columbia River- Sharing the Resource
 Chapter Four-A Current Trends in Water Right Transfers Technical Aspects of Consumptive Use
 Chapter Four-B Current Trends in Water Right Tranfers- Technical and Legal Aspects of Consumptive Use
 Chapter Four-C Notes Pages Current Trends in Water Right Tranfers- Technical and Legal Aspects of Consumptive Use
 Chapter Four-D Pol-1210 and Pro-1210 Annual Consumptive Quantity (ACQ)
 Chapter Five-A Legal Options For Rescuing Failing Water Systems With Emphasis On Receivership and The Rimrock Water System
 Chapter Five-B How Reliable Are Our Water Systems- What Happens When Water Systems Fail- The Rimrock Case Study
 Chapter Five-C How Reliable Are Our Water Systems- What Happens When Water Systems Fail- The Rimrock Case Study
 Chapter Six-A Proposed Changes To Washington's Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC)