Take a trip this May and step back into history in Williamsburg, VA.
The Energy & Mineral Law Foundation is holding its 38th Annual Institute in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Attend a stimulating program with up to 15 hours of CLE and ethics credits, and then spend time visiting the world’s largest living history museum -- enjoy Williamsburg where actors in period costume depict daily colonial life in the streets, stores and workshops. Go to Jamestown and Yorktown, or find your inner child with a visit to Busch Gardens and more.
The registration fee includes all sessions and meeting materials in electronic format, reception Sunday evening, lunch and reception Monday, continental breakfasts and refreshment breaks. All registrants will receive a copy of Volume 38 of the Energy & Mineral Law Institute publication in electronic format in early 2018. Guest registration fee covers hosted receptions on Sunday and Monday.
- The Congressional Review Act
- Drones in the Energy Business
- Hot Topics in Legal Ethics
- Are ALJs an Endangered Species?
- Blockchain: The Technology Revolution You haven’t Heard of – Yet
- Recent Developments in the Law of Pipelines
- Exercising Professional Judgment When Drafting Oil and Gas Documents (ethics)
- Louisiana Wetlands and Coastal Issues
- Railroads and Rights-of-Way
- Liability of Abstractors and Attorneys for Title Claims
You may call the hotel at 800.261.9530 (8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. EST) to make a room reservation.
For the meeting, you can download a PDF version of the e-brochure or register online by going to the EMLF website. Early bird fees are in effect until May 1.
Professional Land Management Program
The University of Wyoming in Caspar, WY, offers a Professional Land Management Program within the School of Energy Resources.
The Professional Land Management concentration is accredited by the American Association of Professional Landmen. The University of Wyoming program prepares nationally accredited professional landmen for long-term competitive success in the energy industry. The landman has an important role in maintaining sound stewardship of energy resources and applying knowledge in energy, geology, engineering, business, law, economics, finance and regulatory policy.
For more information, contact:
Coordinator, Student Advising
Dept 3012 1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071