Professor of Law
Director, Water Resources Law Program
A.B., Williams College
J.D., University of California, Hastings
Professor Weber clerked for Justice Edmond Burke (Alaska Supreme Court, Anchorage). He practiced for two years with Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann & Girard, a leading firm regarding California water resources. From 1988-90, Professor Weber was a senior attorney for the California Court of Appeal, Third District, in Sacramento. He was a co-founder, along with Professor George Gould, of the California Water Law and Policy Reporter. His credits include water law articles published in the Santa Clara Law Review, the Pacific Law Journal, the Natural Resources Journal, and the Arizona State Law Journal. He is also the co-author of California Civil Discovery and of The Law of Hazardous Wastes and Toxic Substances in a Nutshell (the latter with Professor John Sprankling). Professor Weber is an Associate of the Center for Collaborative Policy, a joint project of California State University, Sacramento and the UOP-McGeorge School of Law. At the Center, he helps mediate, and does research on complex policy-developing collaborations of public and private stakeholders.
Courses: Foundations of Water Law, Advanced Water Resources Law, Water Resources Law, Water Resources Law Practice, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)