On Thursday, February 3rd, a group of preeminent water law and policy experts released their recommendations for updating California water law to address drought and climate change. The release coincided with the panel on that subject at the Planning and Conservation League’s Annual Assembly on February 3rd from 9 to 10:30 am.
The Report can be viewed here.
The panel was attended by two of the report’s co-authors, Clifford Lee, former Deputy Attorney General’s Office, and Jennifer Harder, Professor of Law, Legal Practice. The other co-authors are Richard Frank, Professor of Environmental Practice, U.C. Davis School of Law and former Chief Deputy Attorney General; Barton Thompson, Professor of Law Stanford University; Tam Doduc, Former Member of the State Water Resources Control Board; Holly Doremus, Professor of Law, U.C Berkeley; Camille Pannu, Former Director of the Water Justice Clinic at U.C. Davis and visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law, U.C. Irvine School of Law. Logistical support was provided by the Planning and Conservation League.