Call for Topics for EMLF’s October Mineral Law Conference

The EMLF’s annual Kentucky Mineral Law Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Lexington, KY, on October 22-23, 2014.  The planning meeting will be held in Lexington on Thursday, July 24.And don’t be misled by the name – the program covers legal issues in the Eastern U.S. and we expect over 300 attendees from energy producing states, including law students from EMLF member law schools.

We’re now accepting topic proposals on any subject related to energy production and use, including environmental regulations, transportation, midstream development, renewables, state climate initiatives, power generation, professional ethics, property and titles issues, etc.

Please submit your topics by email to Sharon Daniels at sharon@emlf.org by the close of business on Monday, July 21. You should include a brief descriptive paragraph of your topic, and indicate if you want to present the topic or you can propose a speaker other than yourself.  Please don’t send an elaborate outline of your proposal – just a brief description explaining the topic, no more than half a page.  We generally have over 50 topics to consider.

Keep in mind that all EMLF programs require written materials on each topic, in order to meet the Continuing Legal Education credit requirements of various states.

If you would like to attend the luncheon meeting on July 24, please let me know.  It is also possible to participate via conference call if you are unable to attend in person.

We hope you will help us make the 2014 Kentucky Mineral Law Conference a great success.  Thanks in advance for your topic submissions.

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Membership in the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation is open to anyone who is concerned with issues pertaining to the energy industry.

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