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Continuing education

continuing legal education at soc2023

All 10 sessions in the Coastal Law, Policy & Funding category have been approved for CLE credits (13.5 hours) in the state of Louisiana. To claim your credit, you will need to fill out this Wufoo form no later than June 5, 2023.

CLE-approved Sessions include:

  • Bipartisan Infrastructure Law: Accessing Federal Funds for Resilient Coasts and Communities
  • Legal Ramifications Surrounding the Latest Scientific Evidence in Pipeline Canals and Land Loss- Panel
  • An Overview of Grant and Other Nontraditional Financing Opportunities for Coastal Projects
  • Blue Carbon In Louisiana: Who Will Get the Credits and When? – Panel
  • Environmental, Social and Governance Aspects of Decarbonization- Panel
  • Transforming Environmental Review: Getting restoration projects on the ground faster- Panel
  • Disaster Recovery and Planning for Social Resilience
  • Public Trust Doctrine: An Evolving Legal Theory for an Evolving Coastline- Panel
  • What’s Next for MR. Go? Exploring the Path Forward with Federal Funding for Restoration- Panel
  • How the National Flood Insurance Program Is Influencing the Face of the Coast- Panel

pDh for professional engineers at SOC

  • “Effective November 2015), the Louisiana board will no longer pre-approve course providers or specific courses. Each engineer must determine whether a course satisfies their state board’s CPC requirements.  
  • Courses shall have “subject matter which is technical in nature or addresses business management practices, professional ethics, quality assurance, codes or other similar topics which facilitate the registrant’s professional development as a professional engineer. “

Due to the highly technical nature of most of the content at State of the Coast, we are advising all engineers attempting to earn PDH from the conference to keep a detailed list of the session in which you attended and submit your credits via the traditional platforms.