The Eighteenth Institute for Natural Resources Law Teachers

  • Banff, Alberta, Canada
  • May 31 - June 2, 2017

Join fellow natural resource law professors in Banff for the 18th Institute for Natural Resources Law Teachers. This year’s timely program of topics relevant to the instruction of natural resources law commences with an all-day educational field trip to the Columbia Icefields and Banff National Park to discuss the implications of climate change, the challenge of multiple use of public lands, park ecosystem protection and management challenges, and the activities of Indigenous peoples dating back at least 10,500 years. Panel sessions include Teaching Comparative Climate Law; CSR and Social License to Operate in the Natural Resources Industry; Comparative Energy Production and Delivery; Cross-Border Perspectives on Environmental Governance; Animal Rights & Environmental and Natural Resources Law; Indigenous Rights and North American Natural Resource Activity; Risk, Innovative Technology, and Climate Change—the Law of Climate Engineering; and Comparative Water Law: Water and Climate Change. Speakers include a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Continuing Education Credit

The course sponsors will supply a CLE form and agenda to attendees who wish to submit this Institute for CLE credit or other credit.

Earlybird Discount

Cutoff date for discounted registration fees:  April 18, 2017

Presented By

University of Alberta Faculty of Law

American Bar Association

University of Calgary Faculty of Law
Canadian Institute of Resources Law
Institut canadien du droit des ressources

Energy & Mineral Law Foundation

Institute for Energy Law

Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation