East Coast Plans for Dry Spell

East Coast Plans for Dry Spell

Speaking Engagement

While droughts sound like a problem for the West Coast, the East is not immune to water issues. Will it be ready in case of a dry spell? Join the D.C. Bar Sections on May 20 for the program “Eastern Water Resources: Planning for When the Well Runs Dry.”

WilmerHale Associate Haninah Levine will moderate this panel discussion, during which Jason Oyler, regulatory counsel for the Susquehanna River Basin Commission; Daniel Inkelas, Office of the Chief Counsel at the US Army Corps of Engineers; and Hope Babcock, professor of law and co-director of the Institute for Public Representation at the Georgetown University Law Center, will discuss cutting-edge issues unique to the administration of water in the eastern United States.

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