Environment & Natural Resources Law Section
The Environment & Natural Resources Law Section of the Idaho State Bar promotes the education, training and networking of attorneys practicing in the environmental law area. The section meets at 12:00 p.m. noon (MT) on the fourth Wednesday of the month, September through May (location TBD). The section also sponsors the Annual Environmental Law Seminar in late January.
Alison Michelle Nelson
Elizabeth D. Swisher
Dylan Barnes Lawrence
Andrea Lynn Courtney
At Large Council Members
Jacob Kahle Becker
Emmi L. Blades
Meghan M. Carter
Tyson Kay Nelson
Nicholas Alexander Warden
If you are interested in joining the Environment & Natural Resources Law Section, complete the Section Registration Form and return with payment to Dayna Ferrero at the Idaho State Bar, PO Box 895, Boise, Idaho 83701. Membership dues are as follows:
2014 Standard Membership Dues: $35
Attorneys Admitted to ISB Less Than 5 Years: $15
Law Students: $10
To view the section's by-laws, select: Environment & Natural Resources Law Section By-Laws
The Environment & Natural Resources Law Section meets at 12:00 p.m. noon (MT) on the fourth Wednesday of the month - September through May (location to be announced). No meetings are held during the summer months of June, July or August. Dates for upcoming meetings are listed below.
October 22, 2014
November 26, 2014
December 24, 2014
January 28, 2015
February 25, 2015
March 25, 2015
April 22, 2015
May 27, 2015
September 23, 2015
To participate in the next scheduled meeting, you may RSVP at least 24-hours in advance, via email to Dayna Ferrero - please specify if you will be attending in-person or via telephone conference. A meeting agenda and/or any additional materials (if available) will be provided to all participants via email prior to the meeting and posted online for reference. NOTE: Section meeting dates may be subject to change and/or cancellation.
The Environment & Natural Resources Law Section of the Idaho State Bar is teaming up with the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley for a day of trail maintenance in the Boise Foothills. The plan is to meet on the morning of October 25th for 4-5 hours of work (ocation to be determined).
The Land Trust will provide the tools and direction; the Section will provide the elbow grease. This is a great opportunity to get out of the office and into the field. It’s also a chance to learn what goes into creating and conserving the trail system that so many of us enjoy. Friends and family are welcome to participate, so please join us!
- October 25, 2014, starting at 9:00 a.m.
- TBD (details forthcoming at the October 22nd ENR Section meeting)
- Wear clothes and closed-toe footwear suitable for working outside (work gloves and tools will be provided). Be sure to bring a snack and something to drink.
- Be prepared to work rain or shine (unless it’s really pouring).
If you are planning to attend or have any questions, please contact Mark Cecchini-Beaver.
March 26, 2014
Prof. Jerry Long - Teton Creek Restoration
November 14, 2013
Mark Cecchini Beaver, JD, MS - The Columbia River Treaty Past, Present, and Future
March 27, 2013
David J. Beardall - Unintentional Overprotection of GM Plant Intellectual Property
February 27, 2013
Greg Friend - Wind Energy 101 (with some Solar Flair)
November 28, 2012
Don Smurthwaite - Through the Haze: Twelve Basic Questions and Answers about Wildfire
October 24, 2012
Sheryl Musgrove - Sustainability & the Law
June 27, 2012
Kelsey J. Nunez - Greening Your CC&Rs
May 23, 2012
Elizabeth M. Donick - Recent Urban Agriculture Revisions to the Boise City Code & Local Food Musings
October 26, 2011
Eric Christensen - BPA’s Environmental Redispatch – The Wind Hits The Fan
May 27, 2009
Senator Kate Kelly - 2009 Legislative Session Wrap-up
January 14, 2009
Garrick Baxter - The Coeur d'Alene Spokane River Basin Adjudication
September 17, 2008
Robert Wilkosz - State of Idaho’s Carbon Footprint Inventory -What Path is Idaho On
May 28, 2008
Senator Kate Kelly - 2008 Legislative Session Wrap-up
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