NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT

  • The Watergate Hotel, Washington, DC
  • March 16-17, 2023
Special Institute on

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT

Pricing - Early registration ends February 16, 2023  | Registration closes on March 14, 2023 at 12:00 PM MT


Over 50 years since its passage, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) remains one of the most important centerpieces of U.S. environmental law and federal agency decision making. The intent of NEPA, rooted in aspirations of harmony between a person and their environment, has evolved over a half a century resulting in an expanded environmental review process simultaneously lauded and condemned, but undoubtedly complex. For natural resource and environmental law practitioners, a working understanding of NEPA’s requirements and nuances has never been more critical. In addition to a basic overview of NEPA, this program will explore advanced topics in NEPA procedures and policy, including the 2020 Council on Environmental Quality regulations and proposed revisions by the Biden Administration.

Foundation Member $795/$895
Nonmember $1075/$1175
Government/Nonprofit $735/$835
Law Professor Member $465/$565
Senior Member $465/$565
New Professional Member $100/$200
Foundation Student Member $0

COVID Risk Acknowledgment, Waiver, and Release:
COVID-19 and its variants have created a heightened degree of personal risk and responsibility in participating in this event. You are strongly urged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before attending this event. The sponsors will follow those health and safety practices mandated by the host hotel and by applicable federal, state, and local authorities. Those practices will be determined close to the date of the event and may become more or less strict between registration and the event. By registering for and attending this event, you: (1) acknowledge the risks associated with COVID-19 and its variants; (2) agree to comply with any applicable health and safety practices that may be mandated for the event (regardless of whether federal, state, or local laws mandate the use of such practices), which may include, without limitation, health screenings, masking, distancing, or other precautions; (3) agree to monitor your own health status and not attend the event if you are symptomatic or believe for any reason you have COVID-19; and (4) waive and forever release and discharge the sponsors and its present and former directors, officers, employees, agents, volunteers, and insurers from and against, any and all claims, demands, causes of action, liabilities, obligations, costs, expenses, and indemnities of every kind and nature, in law or in equity, known or unknown, fixed or contingent, arising out of or related to exposure to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 or its variants at or in connection with this event.