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.
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 a full list of current on campus short courses and the 2017 program please visit the Law School's Executive Education program.
- Choice of a wide and comprehensive range of subjects which enables you to better match your career objectives with your studies.
- Enhance your networks within the commercial and resources or mining and energy sectors by engaging with practitioners and academics within these fields.
- Benefit from UWA's wide ranging and well established connections in the resources law spheres.
Course Structure and Units of Study
The Master programs consist of units to the value of 48 points (eight units, one year full-time) and the Graduate Diplomas are a 24 point course (four units, 6 months).
2017 timetables and link to study plans.
*New in 2017 - the Graduate Diploma in Natural Resources Law