Mining Law and Sustainability

Executive Learning Program

Mining Law and Sustainability

Sustainability and Indigenous peoples’ participation intersect business decisions at every stage of a mine’s life. In the rapidly evolving landscape of the global mining industry, understanding the laws and regulations that protect human rights, address environmental challenges such as climate change, and prevent corruption is key to making informed business decisions.

The new Peter A. Allard School of Law Executive Learning Program in Mining Law and Sustainability provides mining industry professionals knowledge of the legal and regulatory instruments that govern sustainable practices throughout a mine’s lifecycle.

  • Format: 100% online instructor-supported program
  • Duration: Five modules over five weeks. Each module includes video lessons, readings, online discussion, case studies and recorded guest interviews. Expect to spend 30 hours to complete the program.
  • Program fee: $2,975 (One-time introductory fee)
  • Next program start date: September 27–October 29, 2021
  • Registration Opens: April 21, 2021
  • Registration deadline: September 22, 2021

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