Michael J. Booth has practiced water and environmental law for more than 30 years at the state, federal, and administrative levels. Specializing in water matters, Mr. Booth has worked tirelessly with clients to develop innovative ways to obtain reliable water supplies, including wastewater reuse to augment existing water reservoirs. Mr. Booth has represented a variety of clients including groundwater districts, river authorities, water districts, and municipalities. In addition, Mr. Booth played an integral part in the passage of significant water and environmental legislation and is a frequent invited witness before Texas State Legislature. He is a past president and longtime board member of the Texas Water Conservation Association (‘TWCA”), and only the third attorney to serve as president in the history of the Association. He is currently the Chair of the TWCA Finance Committee and Federal Steering Committee. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Texas, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.