Amy Hardberger is the McCleskey Professor of Law and Director of the Texas Tech Center for Water Law and Policy at Texas Tech School of Law, where she began her teaching career as a visiting professor. She teaches water law, property, land use planning, international water law and Texas environmental law and writes on an array of water law and policy topics.
Before returning to Texas Tech, she was a faculty member at St. Mary’s School of Law and served as the Associate Dean for the School of Law and the Associate Provost of Academic Operations at St. Mary’s University. She also worked as an attorney for the Texas office of the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) where she focused on water conservation, state municipal water planning, Texas groundwater law, and the energy/water nexus.
Before EDF, she clerked for The Hon. William Wayne Justice, Eastern District, and worked as an environmental consultant and project manager for Universe Technologies, Inc., at Kelly Air Force Base (now Port San Antonio).
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