Land Grants, Acequias and the Law CLE

Land Grants, Acequias and the Law
Continuing Legal Education Workshop

Join experts in the field of land grant and acequia law to cover a variety of issues unique to these communities. Special keynotes by Representative Miguel P. Garcia and the NM Attorney General’s Office. This two-day workshop is geared towards judges, attorneys, and students and is open to members of the public. All are welcome to attend one day or both days; discounted pricing is offered for two day attendance.

Please contact Lauren Rust at or call 505-277-1946 or 301-503-1365 if you plan on attending but registering the day of the event. When registering by mobile phone, please use Chrome or Internet Explorer as Safari does not always work. Please call Lauren if you are having trouble registering or would like to register over the phone or need technical assistance.

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Canon de Carnue Land Grant – 340-364 NM-333, Tijeras, NM 87059

Day 1—Friday, March 13th from 12:30pm to 5:30pm. Light refreshments will be provided.
Day 2—Saturday, March 14th from 8:30am to 4:00pm. A continental breakfast and a catered lunch will be provided.

• Attorneys & Judges: $100 for one day / $125 for both days
• Non-profit Attorneys: $50 for one day / $75 for both days
• Public Attendees & Students: $25 flat rate

*Note: for those interested in obtaining MCLE credit — The full, two-day program is approved for 7.5 General and 2 Ethics MCLE credit. If you would like to attend only one day, please be aware:

• Day One is approved for 2.5 General and 1 Ethics/Professionalism MCLE credit.
• Day Two is approved for 5 General and 1 Ethics/Professionalism MCLE credit.

Refund Policy:
Cancellations made before or on March 7, 2020 will receive an 80% refund of the original registration fee.
Any cancellations made after March 7, 2020 will not be accepted and no refunds will be issued.

Questions? Please contact:
Lauren Rust, Administrative Assistant
Utton Center, UNM School of Law

This event is sponsored by the UNM School of Law, Natural Resource and Environmental Law Program and Utton Center in cooperation with the UNM Land Grant Studies Program, NM Acequia Association, NM Land Grant Consejo, and NM Legal Aid.z