Neuman Featured at Oregon Water Quality Conference
Tonkon Torp water law attorney, Janet Neuman, is a presenting speaker at the Oregon Water Law Conference hosted by the Environmental Law Education Center on March 8. Neuman will discuss the relationship between water quality and quantity, integrated water resource strategies in the West, and successful approaches to water planning.
Neuman is recognized as one of the Pacific Northwest’s foremost water policy experts. She is past president of the Oregon Water Trust, a former professor and Associate Dean of Faculty at Lewis & Clark Law School and the author of Oregon Water Law: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Law of Water and Water Rights in Oregon.
Neuman works with attorneys in Tonkon Torp’s Water Law Practice Group who handle water rights transactions, water project development, permitting and litigation of water rights disputes for both government entities and private sector clients.