Upcoming Events

FULL - Our Coast To Keep:  Environmental Law Enforcement in Southern California

September 5, 2014 9:00am-5:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: The event is now full, we can no longer accept RSVPs.

Our Coast to Keep Environmental Law Enforcement in Southern California

Co-Hosted by Orange County Coastkeeper and Whittier Law School

Designed for all members of the law enforcement community, this day-long seminar will assemble panels of experts in environmental investigations and enforcement to discuss best management practices, developments in the field, and new/underutilized tools.

Luncheon Speaker: Fran Spivy-Weber, Vice-Chair, State Water Resources Control Board

Panels include:

  • Harbors and Ports
  • Coastal Act Access Law
  • Fingerprinting Oil Spills
  • Integration of Technology and Enforcement
  • Effective Use of Citizen Monitoring
  • Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Enforcement
  • Neighborhoods in Distress: Engaging disadvantaged communities
  • Calculating Natural Resource Damage Assessments

Designed For:
All members of the law enforcement community, including county and city prosecutors, harbor masters/patrol, park rangers, district attorneys, lifeguards, police and sheriff’s departments, city inspectors, city code enforcement personnel, legal experts and environmental advocates.

Attorneys: This event qualifies for up to 5 general MCLE* credits.

*Whittier Law School, provider 2076, is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider and certifies this event has been approved for 5 general credits.

Location: Whittier Law School, 3333 Harbor Boulevard, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Info/Contact: Colin Kelley, Orange County Coastkeeper .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or (714) 850-1965