GRAD592 - Colorado Water Institute

GRAD592

Fall 2016

Topics in Western Water Law

Mondays at 4:00 p.m.
Natural Resources 109
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

The purpose of the 2016 Interdisciplinary Water Resources Seminar (GRAD592) is to expose students to the various topics of western water law.

More specifically, the seminar will:

  1. Discuss topics including: history and evolution of western water law, state compacts and federal water law, hybrid water law systems, water quality law, groundwater law, and environmental law
  2. Provide in-depth discussion about water-related court cases
  3. Provide students with the opportunity to interact with prominent water professionals
Students interested in taking the one-credit seminar should sign up for GRAD592, Water Resources Seminar, CRN 74006. The seminar will be held 4 p.m. Monday afternoons in the Natural Resources Room 109. Students who have enrolled in GRAD592 in the past may also enroll for this offering. For further information, contact Reagan Waskom at reagan.waskom@colostate.edu or visit the CSU Water Center website at watercenter.colostate.edu.

All interested faculty, students, and off-campus water professionals are encouraged to attend and participate.

Fall 2016 Attendance and Grading Policy

The student's grade will be based on student participation in 9 of 13 sessions (9 required to get an A). The last session on December 5, 2016 is mandatory.

 
  GRAD592 Fall 2016

Expand/Collapse[2016-08-22] Introductions and Expectations, Career Center

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Expand/Collapse[2016-08-29] Gregory Hobbs, Colorado Supreme Court

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Expand/Collapse[2016-09-05] No Class, Labor Day

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Expand/Collapse[2016-09-12] Doug Sinor, Trout, Raley, MontaƱo, Witwer & Freeman, P.C.

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Expand/Collapse[2016-09-19] Gregory Hobbs, Colorado Supreme Court

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Expand/Collapse[2016-09-26] David Robbins, Hill & Robbins, P.C.

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Expand/Collapse[2016-10-03] Anne Castle, Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources

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Expand/Collapse[2016-10-10] Andy Jones, Lawrence Jones Custer Grasmick LLP

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Expand/Collapse[2016-10-17] Trisha Oeth, CO Department of Public Health and the Environment

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Expand/Collapse[2016-10-24] Linda Bassi, Colorado Water Conservation Board

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Expand/Collapse[2016-10-31] Dan Brown, Fischer, Brown, Bartlett & Gunn, P.C.

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Expand/Collapse[2016-11-07] Amy Beatty, Colorado Water Trust

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Expand/Collapse[2016-11-14] Larry MacDonnell, University of Colorado Law School

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Expand/Collapse[2016-11-21] No Class, Fall Break

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Expand/Collapse[2016-11-28] Dick Wolfe, Colorado Division of Water Resources

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Expand/Collapse[2016-12-05] Last Class, Student presentations

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Expand/Collapse[2016-12-12] Final Exam, TBA

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