EMLF Room Block Extended; Annual Institute Topics Needed


EMLF Room Block Held Open Through February 5

The Lago Mar and Beach Resort is extending the special EMLF room rate for the Winter Workshops through Friday, February 5.   Click here to reserve your room, or call 855.829.2923 and ask for the EMLF group rate.

The early-bird registration fee ends on February 12.  Complete information and program schedule is available on the EMLF website at the EMLF website.

37th Annual Institute

The EMLF’s 37th Annual Institute will be June 12 – 14 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites, in the Historic District of Charleston, SC.

Help us plan a great program!  We’re now soliciting topic proposals for the Annual Institute through February 15, and invite you to submit topics and speaker suggestions on a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to the following: oil and gas, midstream, coal, electric power generation and distribution, renewable energy, emissions trading programs, environmental law and regulation, bankruptcy, energy efficiency, energy policy, contracts, leases and other transactions; ethics, land, title and real property; human resources, labor and employment, occupational safety and mine safety and health, litigation, rail transportation, natural gas transmission, pipelines, LNG, power purchase contracts — whatever issues you would like to see addressed.

Part of speaking at the Annual Institute involves a commitment to write a scholarly chapter of law review quality, for inclusion in volume 37 of the Energy & Mineral Law Institute.  Speakers must also provide written materials at the Institute for distribution to all attendees in order to meet requirements for Continuing Legal Education credits.  The chapter is due at the time of the Annual Institute.  Topic proposals should provide an adequate description of the legal issues to be covered so that the topic can be fully evaluated.

Topic proposals should be sent via email to Sharon Daniels.

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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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