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January 3, 2024  |  Written by Somach Simmons & Dunn

Firm Events & Activities, First Quarter 2024

Upcoming Events & Activities

  • January 24-26, Reno NV: Brittany Johnson is a panelist for the session “ESA: Is Anything Fixed? Fixable?” taking place during the Mid-Pacific Water Users Conference. The firm is a proud sponsor.
  • February 9, West Sacramento, CA: Kelley Taber will serve as faculty for the Advanced CEQA Workshop, presented by the Association of Environmental Professionals. This is an 8-hour workshop offered for CEQA practitioners across the State in February. This workshop is designed to help consultants, regulators, applicants, and industry professionals stay current on legal trend, and “hot topics” affecting the application of the Law and Guidelines. The workshop is approved each year for AICP and MCLE credits.
  • June 13-14, Reno, NV: Paul Simmons will be speaking at the Second Annual Western Agricultural & Environment Law Conference. His topic is “The Klamath River Basin & the Endangered Species Act: Implications for Ag in Western States.”

ICYMI - In Case You Missed It

  • We are excited to announce that Alyson Ackerman and Michael Daugherty have been elevated to shareholders in the firm.
  • We are pleased to announce that Louinda Lacey has joined the firm as Of Counsel.
  • Colorado Shareholders were named among Denver’s Top Lawyers 2024
  • SSD Attorneys Publish Annual Summary of Appellate Cases with ACWA
  • WE’RE HIRING! Visit the CAREERS page to learn more.
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Published January 3, 2024; updated January 11, 2024

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