Those individuals interested in a broader understanding of mining law should strongly consider attending the "Mining Law Short Course: Domestic and International Issues" that is being offered by the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF) May 11-15, 2009, in Boulder, Co.
The course program is being chaired by Paul Schlauch, an attorney with Holland & Hart in Denver and an adjunct professor of "International Mining Law & Policy" in the graduate program. Other mining leaders who will be speaking include James King, an adjunct at DU who teaches "Negotating Natural Resource Agreements," and James M. Otto, an attorney and founding director of the ENRLP.
Students can register for $95 before March 24 and $195 after March 25. This is a wonderful opportunity for those wanting to improve their knowledge in this important area.