On October 18-19, 2012, Marion Werkheiser of Cultural Heritage Partners PLLC – SHA’s government affairs consultant – is co-chairing a conference on cultural resources, Section 106, and historic preservation. The conference is sponsored by the American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA). Topics to be covered include:
- Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and NEPA
- Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Program
- Pipelines & Preservation
- Using Alternative Dispute Resolution Tools in Cultural Resource Disputes
- Traditional Cultural Properties
- Federal Historic Tax Credits
… and other need-to-know topics. Participants can earn up to 12 continuing legal education credits or up to 12 engineering credits.
Attorney James Goold of Covington & Burling will give the keynote presentation, “Shipwrecks and Underwater Cultural Heritage: Spanish Victory in Repatriation of Looted Treasure.”
Go to http://www.cle.com/acra to view the full schedule and to register. Members of SHA receive a $100 tuition discount by calling 800-873-7130.