Thursday, March 29, 2012

Three International Mining Law Professionals With Links to Denver Law to Teach in Prestigious Mining Law Program in Lima, Peru

Three individuals associated with Denver Law's Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program will be among the acclaimed faculty presenting at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation's upcoming Short Course on International Mining Law, to be held in Lima, Peru, in June.

Two mining law practitioners who have taught as adjunct professors at Denver Law -- Luis Carlos Rodrigo of Lima and Paul Schlauch of Denver -- along with Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy LLM graduate and now prominent Chilean mining lawyer Daniel Altikes of Santiago, Chile, will lecture on various subjects related to international mining law.

Don C. Smith, Director of Denver Law's Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program, said, "The caliber of our program at Denver Law can be seen in the fact that three of the leading mining law professionals in the Western Hemisphere, all of whom have connections to DU, are participating in this important mining course in Lima. This speaks volumes about the types of adjunct professors and students our program attracts."

More information about the event can be found by clicking here.