UCLA Extension will offer its annual CEQA updates course on Wednesday June 9. This one day seminar, CEQA: 2010 Updates, Issues, and Trends will be held at the Figueroa Courtyard in downtown Los Angeles. Keep in mind, this seminar is only offered once a year.
The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is complex and dynamic law that changes from year to year. Keeping abreast of the latest developments is essential for professionals involved in any aspect of environmental impact assessment. This 2010 update will feature the latest legislation, proposed revisions to the CEQA Guidelines, and court decisions handed down in the past year. The course will also feature key issues and trends in CEQA practice at the state and local levels. Additionally, the course will cover the latest developments related to the evaluation of climate change impacts, including hot topics such as determining the proper baseline, thresholds of significance, and the limits of what is a "reasonably" foreseeable indirect impact. Ron Bass, AICP, JD, Senior Regulatory Specialist, ICF International, and Margaret Sohagi, JD, President, The Sohagi Law Group, PLC will lead the seminar. For more information visit our website, www.uclaextension.edu/publicpolicy.
The seminar runs from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. The fee is $350 and includes materials. Please reference registration number V5986 when enrolling online (uclaextension.edu) or over the phone. To enroll by phone, please call (310) 825-9971.
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