Gregory A. Hicks

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Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development
Professor of Law

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Rights, Governance and Culture in Sustainable Access to Water, University of Washington School of Law, Global Monday, Apr. 23, 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Guest lecture, Renmin University of China Law School, Oct. 26, 2006 (Beijing, China)

Speaker and consulting expert, Peoples Republic of China State Council, Office of Legislative Affairs/Yale Law School China Law Center, Workshop on Water Conservation Legislation, Oct. 24, 2006 (Beijing, China)

Pluralism and Accommodation on an American Water Law Frontier--The Acequias of the United States Southwest, 52d International Congress of Americanists, Jul. 17, 2006 (Seville, Spain)

Panelist, The Legal Institute of the Great Lakes, The Legal Institute of the Great Lakes and the University of Toledo College of Law, National Water Crisis: Drawing the Line, Nov. 12, 2004 (Toldeo, OH)

Panelist, Western Solutions to Water Resource Problems, The Legal Institute of the Great Lakes and the University of Toledo College of Law, The National Water Crisis: Drawing The Line, Nov. 12, 2004 (Toledo, OH)

Speaker and panelist, Colorado Acequia Association by Law, Sep. 25, 2004 (San Luis, CO)

Speaker and facilitator, History of Colorado Acequias and Community-Based Water Allocation, Colorado Acequia Association, By-Law Conference, Sep. 25, 2004 (San Luis, CO)

Panelist and Discussant, International Association for the Study of Common Property, Tenth Bennial Conference, Aug. 9, 2004 (Oaxaca, Mexico)

Panelist and discussant, Comparative Perspectives on Resistance, Adaptation and Alternative Rationalities in Hispanic and European Irrigation Systems, International Association for the Study of Common Property, Tenth Biennial Conference, Aug. 9, 2004 (Oaxaca, Mexico)

Watershed Planning and Introduction to Washington Water Law for Water Resource Inventory Area 45 (Wenatchee River), Mar. 27, 2003

Law and Customary Natural Resource Management, Conference of Asian Pacific Law Faculty and Western Law Teachers of Color, Joint Meeting, Mar. 21, 2003

Watershed Planning and History of the Crab Creek Watershed, Watershed Planning Group for Water Resource Inventory Area 43, Mar. 18, 2003

Panelist, Environmental Security, University of Washington Program on the Environment, Roundtable Series, Mar. 11, 2003

Panelist, Opportunities and Challenges for Community Acequia Water Planning after Lobato v. Taylor, Onate Cultural Center, Feb. 2, 2003 (Rio Arriba County, NM)

Watershed Planning, the Construction of Community, and the Sharing of Scarcity, Jan. 26, 2003 (Auroville, Tamil Nadu, India)

Building a Consensus for Habitat and the Restoration of Natural Flow Regimes in the Skagit River, Nature Conservancy, International Leadership Council, Jul. 23, 2002

The Landscape of the Watershed Commons of San Luis, Colorado, University of Washington Department of Geography, Colloquium Series, Dec. 2000

Some Problems of Groundwater Pollution Remediation in the Bingham Canyon Mine of Utah's Salt Lake Valley, University of Washington Department of Chemical Engineering, Apr. 2000

Speaker and discussant, Natural Assets: Democratizing Environmental Ownership, Ford Foundation and the University of Massachusetts Political Economy Research Institute, Jan. 2000 (Santa Fe, NM)

Water Allocation on an Occasional Western Stream--Washington's Crab Creek and the Experience of Scarcity, University of Arizona Law School, Nov. 1998 (Tuscon, AZ)

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