Law Teachers Institute – Now Open for Registration


19th Institute for
Natural Resources Law Teachers
May 30-31, 2019
Optional field trip May 29
University of Montana School of Law
Missoula, Montana
Professors, join your colleagues in beautiful Missoula for a timely program of topics relevant to the instruction of natural resources law. Wednesday will be the pre-conference field trip, with sessions to follow on Thursday and Friday.
In just three days, you can learn about cutting-edge issues, get (or give) advice on tenure, learn how to place your article, find out what aspects of the ESA still need scholarly attention, discover how to teach Administrative Law so students don’t fall asleep, have breakfast with a textbook author, enjoy a drink with someone whose scholarship you admire, and see some stunning local scenery!
  • Meet your natural resources law colleagues from around the country and Canada,
  • Reinvigorate those career-long friendships previously developed at this conference.
  • Chat with authors of many major textbooks in this field.
  • Launch or further a research project.
  • Discuss current issues with your peers, as well as how to teach them.
  • Enjoy scholarship-in-progress presentations specifically designed to benefit new professors.
May 29 Optional Field Trip
On our all-day field trip, we will explore the challenges and opportunities presented by the potential and actual co-management of wildlife, water, and energy by federal, state and tribal partners in Montana’s beautiful Flathead Valley, with stops at the National Bison Range Overlook, the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes’ People’s Center, the Seli’š Ksanka Qlispe’ Dam and overlook (formerly Kerr Dam, now the first tribally owned and operated hydropower facility in the West), and the Flathead Lake Biological Station. 
We look forward to seeing you in May in Missoula!

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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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