Ed Small Speaks on Agriculture Water Conservation

February 17, 2014 | Attorney News

Jackson Walker partner Edward C. Small spoke at the 2nd Biennial Texas Panhandle-High Plains Water Conservation Symposium on Wednesday, February 12, 2014, in Amarillo, Texas. The symposium featured various local, state, and national experts speaking on “The Dollars and Sense of Water Conservation.” Ed presented a talk titled “Statewide Perspective of Agriculture Water Conservation.”

Ed Small has more than 40 years’ experience representing clients before the Texas Legislature and Texas regulatory agencies, in addition to his litigation practice. His clients include associations and entities seeking solutions to issues affected by State Government. His litigation experience includes water rights, boundary issues, condemnation, oil and gas, and other land related issues. He has been on the front lines of historic Texas agriculture policy initiatives. Perhaps most notable was his work in brucellosis eradication for TSCRA and boll weevil eradication for TBWEF. Ed is listed in the 2007-2012 editions of The Best Lawyers in America, and he was voted “Best of Business Attorneys & Corporate Counsel” by the Austin Business Journal in 2005 for Legislative/Lobbying. He earned his B.B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Texas.

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Edward C. Small
Retired Partner, Austin