The Intersection of Environmental Law and Tribal Nations (Live Webcast and In-Person)

Event Details

The Intersection of Environmental Law and Tribal Nations

Sponsored by the Idaho State Bar Environment and Natural Resource Law Section

Thursday, February 23, 2023

12:00 pm – 4:30 pm (MT)

Perkins Coie, LLP
1111 W. Jefferson St. – Boise

Perkins Coie Parking Information

*Live Webcast Available

4.0 CLE Credits (pending)


Members of Environment & Natural Resource Law Section             $  75.00

Non-Members                                                                                $ 100.00

Law Students                                                                                     Free

Program Agenda

Course Materials

12:00 pm        Hosted Lunch

 12:15 pm        Protecting Tribal Reserved Rights:  The EPA’s Proposed Revisions to Water Quality Standards

                        Jennifer Brundage and Lauren Maher, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

 1:00 pm          Tribal Specific NEPA Considerations

                        Ted Boling, Perkins Coie, Washington DC

 1:45 pm          The Myths and Triggers of Tribal Engagement

                        Collette Brown-Rodriguez, Avantus

                        Maranda Compton, Lepwe Inc.

 2:30 pm          Break

 2:45 pm          Tribal Equity and Transportation Planning in Idaho

                        Cecilia Arritola, Idaho Department of Transportation

 3:15 pm          Trust Duties and Emerging Considerations Related to the National Historic Preservation Act

                        Stacey Bosshardt, Perkins Coie, Washington DC

 4:00 pm          Coordinating with State Agencies, Tribes, and the Federal Government on NEPA, a State Perspective

                        George Lynch and Richard Stover, Idaho Governor’s Office of Energy and Mineral Resources

 4:30 pm          Program Concludes

Online Registration for In Person Attendance or Webcast Participation