Glick, Richard

Author Description

Rick Glick recently retired from the practice of law. Prior to that he was a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine where he specialized in environmental and water law. He was a co-founder and first president of the American College of Environmental Lawyers and the National Water Law Forum. Rick Glick is a partner in the Portland office of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, where he practices water, environmental, and energy law. Over 37 years of private practice, Rick has advised and represented individual and corporate farms, irrigation districts, and municipal water utilities, and investor-owned utilities to secure and defend water rights. Rick has conducted water rights audits for a number of high-value farmland, vineyard, and aquaculture transactions in Oregon, California, and Washington state. He also counsels clients on regulatory compliance, permitting, and water quality certifications for major infrastructure projects, wetlands, endangered species, and environmental impact review. Rick is a founder and first president of the National Water Law Forum and the American College of Environmental Lawyers.

Authored Reports

Waterway-To-Waterway Transference: NPDES Permit Requirements and the Miccosukee Case,Klamath Decisions: Court Rulings on "Takings" and BiOp/RPA Sufficiency,Water Quality Litigation: Oregon's "State-of-the-Art" Water Quality Standards Challenged - NWEA v.