The University of Denver Water Law Review presents its 2011 Symposium on Friday, April 15. It is titled, “A Vision for the Future: Balancing Population Growth with Increasing Water Demand.”
The all-day affair, which includes seven speakers and panels, is held as the Sturm College of Law and offers nine CLE credits (one Ethics).
“This is a great opportunity for students and practitioners to gather and talk about the real issues facing the future of Colorado,” says Symposium Editor Anthony Basile. “With the state’s population predicted to nearly double by 2050, lawyers and water professionals need to take action to ensure there is an adequate, responsible, and sustainable supply in the future. From state government entities to water engineers and from conservationists to policy makers, our speakers represent a range of interests that will need to work together to address our population and supply issues.”
More information about the Symposium can be found by clicking here. Registration is available by clicking here.