Speaking Engagement

AB 52, Tribal Cultural Resources and CEQA

Bar Association of San Francisco

25 May 2016

San Francisco, CA

Effective July 1, 2015, Assembly Bill 52 added “tribal cultural resources” as a new category of environmental resources that must be considered under the California Environmental Quality Act as well as additional requirements for notice and consultation with tribes. Come hear from a diverse panel of legal practitioners on their perspectives in implementing AB 52.

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