Join us this summer in Squaw Valley, site of the first live televised Winter Olympic Games in 1960, for the 62nd Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute. Mark Twain referred to Lake Tahoe as “the fairest picture the whole earth affords.” One of the nation’s most accessible mountain resorts, it is located just 45 minutes from the Reno International Airport, less than two hours from Sacramento, and just under 200 miles from the San Francisco Bay area.
Often regarded as the country’s most beautiful body of water, Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in the world, measuring 22 miles across with 72 miles of shoreline, and you can see more than 70 feet straight down. The water is as blue as the sky, with more than 275 days of sunshine a year. The recreational offerings at Lake Tahoe include hiking, beaches, water sports, horseback riding, mountain biking, shopping, dining, cruises, live music, slacklines, tennis, golf, nearby casinos, and aerial tram rides, all a backdrop to the excellent educational and networking opportunities at the 62nd Annual Institute.
The Institute opens with the General Session on Thursday morning. That afternoon and for the remainder of the conference, attendees can choose among the Mining, Oil & Gas, Water, Public Lands, Environmental, International, and Landman’s Sections. See the program inside for details.
Our third annual Young Professionals Reception will take place on Wednesday evening, and the traditional Thursday evening reception will be held at the beautiful outdoor areas surrounding the Resort at Squaw Creek. Join us for food and drink for your entire family, along with glorious views of the surrounding peaks.
We still have rooms available at substantially discounted rates throughout Squaw Valley, from simple hotel rooms to three-bedroom luxury condos. Book as soon as possible, since the entire Valley will be sold out by the time of our Institute. See inside for complete details. All meetings will be held at the Resort at Squaw Creek, with complimentary shuttles between the Resort and the properties at the Village at Squaw Valley.
Continuing Education Credit
Approximately 13.75 hours of instruction, including up to 2 hours of ethics. CLE, AAPL, and other credits are available.