Faculty of Law

Mining, Energy and Natural Resources Law


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The Centre for Mining, Energy and Natural Resources Law (CMENRL) stimulates education and research on legal issues arising from the mining, energy and natural resources sectors of the Western Australian economy.

It has a particular emphasis on collaborative projects, conferences, seminars and workshops conducted in cooperation with the public and private sectors.

Centre Aims:

  • to promote, encourage and publish research in mining, energy and natural resources law;
  • to provide a forum for collaboration between the Law School, industry, government and the legal profession to facilitate research and education;
  • to organise conferences, seminars and short courses. Seminars and short courses provide legal education for the legal profession and industry
  • to assist the development of postgraduate and undergraduate courses in mining, energy and natural resources law.

KPMG and The University of Western Australia - Corporate governance reports

Industry Insights

2016 short courses

Short courses, over 3-5 days, subjects include a range of topics such as oil and gas, corporate governance, environmental law and mining law. For more information and registration.


Human Rights Law and Extractives Operations 27 September 2016  CANCELLED

This seminar explains human rights law applicable to mining and petroleum operations. More information and registration.

Previous seminars and conferences

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Industry professionals seeking further qualifications may wish to consider a postgraduate qualification, whereby the workshops are attended as part of the coursework in a unit and a research paper is submitted at a later date.