Adjunct Professor Richard Roos-Collins is the principal in the Water and Power Law Group PC, based in Berkeley. Since 1991, he has represented conservation and fishing groups, public agencies, and property owners in cases to restore aquatic ecosystems in a manner that contributes to sustainability of our power supplies and economy. He emphasizes settlements and other collaborative solutions. He was a lead drafter and negotiator of the Klamath Agreements (February 2010), and he represents California Trout in the Mono Lake Cases (1991–present). He was a member of the Delta Stewardship Council (2010), deputy attorney general in the California Department of Justice (1989–1991), and attorney-advisor for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of General Counsel (1986–1989). He teaches Water Resources Law and Policy.
- BA, Princeton University
- JD, Harvard University
- Water Resources Law and Policy