|Upper Great Lakes Law and Policy Symposium in |
Duluth on March 24
The announcement is reproduced below:
Talking about laws and policies affecting the Upper Great Lakes is timely. Within the last six months:
- A community outside the Great Lakes Basin applied for a diversion of Lake Michigan water
- A federal court ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to rewrite its ballast water rules for ships in the Great Lakes
- Natural resource managers scrambled to keep regulations apace with fluctuations in Great Lakes fish populations
The University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program, the University of Minnesota Law School and the Sea Grant Law Center are hosting the event. Continuing legal education credits for practicing attorneys will be offered. More information, including an agenda, is available on the Minnesota Sea Grant website.
Registration is required and includes refreshments, lunch, and an hors d'oeuvres reception. Non-student registration is $60. Students can register for free. Registration is limited to 200. Register online: by email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or by phone: 218-726-8106.
|International Joint Commission (IJC)|