A to Z Law Welcomes New Environmental Law Associate Joshua Smith
April 20, 2019
Joshua S. Smith, a Public Interest Scholar for Loyola Law School’s Class of 2018, has a wealth of professional experience in ecological restoration, conservation, and resource management, and he looks forward to practicing environmental law. A native of Southern California’s Inland Empire, Joshua was born in Fontana and raised in Chino. He double-majored in Politics […]
John Mathews Helps Seal Recycled Water Deal
April 1, 2016
Congratulations to A to Z Law Partner John Mathews for his role in helping to ease the drought for Camarillo-area farmers. Mathews, representing the Pleasant Valley County Water District, helped to facilitate the successful delivery of Oxnard’s recycled water to reservoirs in Camarillo for use by growers impacted by the drought. The Pleasant Valley County […]
Robert Kwong To Speak about Climate Change and Groundwater Sustainability at Upcoming Conferences in Ventura and San Diego
March 28, 2016
A to Z Law Partner and environmental law/land use specialist Robert N. Kwong will speak at two upcoming legal seminars on the topics of new climate change legislation and groundwater sustainability. In Ventura County in April, Kwong will speak at a meeting of the Natural Resources Section of the Ventura County Bar Association when the […]
Robert S. Krimmer Hones Leadership Skills with Two Appointments
February 13, 2012
A to Z Law attorney Robert S. Krimmer, who practices Water and Wastewater Law, has been elected 2012 president of the Ventura County Bar Association’s Barristers Section. He was also selected to participate in Leadership Ventura, a program through the Ventura Chamber of Commerce.
Krimmer has been active with the Barristers Section for 4 years and helped launch the Ventura Family YMCA’s “Take it to the Court” 3-on-3 basketball tournament, a joint effort between the YMCA and the Barristers Section and whose proceeds provide scholarships for disadvantaged families in the area.
Leadership Ventura is a two-year leadership development program led by Dr. Relly Nadler. During the first year, participants work with Nadler to hone their leadership skills. The participants also work in small groups to conceptualize and implement projects that will benefit the community. Krimmer’s group is developing a project to assist Ventura’s homeless. During the second year, participants use these skills to lead the activities and plan for subsequent programs.
If you are interested in more information about Leadership Ventura or the homeless project that Krimmer’s group will be implementing, contact him at 805-988-9886 or .