The course provides a unique opportunity for private and public-sector environmental lawyers to refine their litigation skills by understanding better how litigation problems, substantive environmental law, and science relate to each other. It also provides practical instruction on the advanced skills you need to win in administrative and judicial forums.
This year’s program focuses on the following: Evidentiary Issues Relating to Technical Data; Electronic Discovery in Environmental Litigation; Effective CERCLA Litigation; Experts in Environmental Litigation; Citizen Suits and Defenses against Them; and NEPA Litigation.
Parts 1-6 available on June 12-14. See website for details.