The LL.M. class had the opportunity to learn basic principles of water law in the context of current and critical water resource issues. Topics of discussion included conflicts between municipal and agricultural water use, the sale of water rights, unsustainable use of aquifer resources, and conservation efforts.
After class, I had the opportunity to have lunch with Professor Corbridge and discuss our LL.M. curriculum with him. We hope to add him to our list of distinguished visitors with a full credit Water Law & Agriculture course next year.