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Attorneys ♦ Appraisers ♦ Accountants ♦

Experienced Land Trust Professionals ♦ Law School Faculty

Looking to Stay Informed on Conservation Law?

Interested in Crafting Practical Legal Solutions?

 

Join Us For The

Fourth Symposium on Advanced Legal Topics in Land Conservation

February 5-6, 2014 | Reno, Nevada

 

Gather with your colleagues to take advantage of this rare opportunity to discuss and contribute insight on these complex legal issues:

  • Dissect a breach of contract conservation case to develop cogent pretrial strategies.
  • Analyze four leading conservation and tax cases for practice implications and new trends.
  • Drill down into nuances and negotiation of surface use agreements for  oil and gas extraction.
  • Bring your collaborative problem-solving skills to an intensive six-hour practical examination of land trust risk assessment focusing on the challenges of conservation easement modification.

Up to 11 CLE credits available

Download the Brochure >> (PDF)

Download the Agenda >> (PDF)

Download the Faculty Biographies >> (PDF)

Details on handouts and learning objectives >> (DOC)

 

Questions?

  • Registration: Please contact Patty Tipson at registration@lta.org or call 202-870-3971.
  • Course content: Please email Leslie Ratley-Beach, lrbeach@lta.org or call  802-262-6051.

 

Thank you to our Program Committee

 

Tahoe Meadows photo courtesy of Nevada Land Trust, Mariusz Blach/photographer.

“It is increasingly important that professionals dealing with conservation easements understand just how complex and scrutinized these transactions have become. This symposium in ‘09 offered comprehensive and well-informed presentations and discussions, providing me with improved insight and direction.”  Tim Lindstrom, Esq., Jackson, Wyoming
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