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PUBLICATIONS&MATERIALS

Our firm helps to inform both stakeholders and lawmakers in a multitude of areas related to our practice.

You can find a sampling of our documents here.

WATER IN AND OUT OF STREAMS: REUSE AND RETURN FLOWS , BY TREY NESLONEY, PRESENTED AT THE 19TH ANNUAL CHANGING FACE OF WATER RIGHTS CONFERENCE

HOUSE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK INTERIM TO THE 85TH LEGISLATURE, JANUARY 2017, THE  TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, P. 14-16.

SENATE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE WATER & RURAL AFFAIRS INTERIM REPORT TO THE 85TH LEGISLATURE, NOVEMBER 2016, THE SENATE OF TEXAS, P. 65-70.

THE COST OF LITTER & ILLEGAL DUMPING IN TEXAS; A STUDY OF NINE CITIES ACROSS THE STATE, FEBRUARY 2017, BY BURNS AND MCDONNELL.

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SYSTEM OPERATIONS, JANUARY 2017, BY TREY NESLONEY, PRESENTED AT THE 2017 TEXAS WATER CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE.

TEXAS WATER LAW CASE UPDATE, NOVEMBER 2016, BY TREY NESLONEY, PRESENTED AT THE 2016 WATER LAW FUNDAMENTALS AND TEXAS WATER LAW INSTITUTE.

INTERBASIN TRANSFERS SUMMARY, 2016.

TEXAS RECYCLING DATA INITIATIVE: A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT TO MEASURE RECYCLING: BIENNIAL REPORT, 

JANUARY 2015, MAIA CORBITT.

ROUNDING UP RECYCLING DATA, JUNE 2014, BY SARA NICHOLS IN COLLABORATION WITH MAIA CORBITT.

TCEQ WATER CURTAILMENT RULES: HOW MEANINGFUL IS THE PRIORITY SYSTEM? JANUARY 2013, BY MICHAEL J. BOOTH, PRESENTED AT THE 2013 TRWA/TWCA WATER LAW SEMINAR.

SPECIAL LAWS FOR PERMITTING GROUNDWATER USE IN TEXAS: THREE CASE STUDIES, 2011, BY CAROLYN AHRENS, PRESENTED AT THE 2011.

GROUNDWATER REDUCTION PLANS: A CASE STUDY FROM WITHIN THE LONE STAR GROUNDWATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT REGARDING COMPLIANCE AND ALTERNATIVE WATER SUPPLIES, FEBRUARY 2011, BY CAROLYN AHRENS PRESENTED AT THE 2011 STATE BAR OF TEXAS THE CHANGING FACE OF WATER RIGHTS.

LAWS RELATING TO WATER CONSERVATION IN TEXAS, JANUARY 2007, BY MICHAEL J. BOOTH AND TREY NESLONEY, PRESENTED AT THE 2007 TEXAS RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION & TEXAS WATER CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION WATER LAW SEMINAR: ARE OUR MANAGEMENT TOOLS UP TO THE TASK?.

SOCIOECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF SELECT INTERBASIN TRANSFERS IN TEXAS, 2007.

THE MOUSE THAT ROARED: HOW SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZED CITIES CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LEGISLATURE, 2006, BY MICHAEL J. BOOTH AND JERRY JAMES PRESENTED AT THE.....