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FAMILY AND JUVENILE LAW CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
 

Certificate in Mining Law & Policy

MLS Students

The MLS - Certificate in Mining Law takes advantage of the world class educational resources in mining and mining law available at the University of Arizona including at Law College, the Lowell Institute of Mines, the Department of Mines and Minerals, and other science-related departments, such as the Department of Geology. As a result of these resources and the strong collaboration that exists between the law school and departments doing mining related research across campus, we are able to offer students both broad and deep training in a variety of aspects of mining, from the business side of mining to regulatory compliance with tax, environmental, and human rights-related laws and norms.

 

The listings below indicate the college or department offering the course.

 

A. Required Core Courses

Each of the following courses:

 

At least one of the followings courses related to Social and Environmental Sustainability:

 

At least one of the following courses related to Mining and Indigenous Peoples:

 

At least one of the following courses relevant to Mining and International Business Transactions

 

B. Elective Courses

Complete the remaining units needed to complete a total of 30 units in courses of the student's choosing in either the College of Law or another department of College at the University.  Among the various units, the University offers the following substantive courses relevant to the business, and the law and policy of mining.

 

Courses Relevant to Mining Transactions and Finance

Courses Relevant to the Science, Technology, and Intellectual Property of Mining

 

Courses Relevant to Mining, Law and the Environment

 

Courses Relevant to Mining, Lands and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

 

Courses Related to Mining, Economic Development, and the Rule of Law

 

Courses Relevant to Mining Transactions and Finance

 

Courses Relevant to the Science, Technology, and Intellectual Property of Mining

 

Courses Relevant to Mining, Law and the Environment

 

Courses Related to Mining Safety Laws and Public Health Policy

 

C. Additional Electives

Fulfill the remaining units required for completion of the degree with elective courses chosen from those offered by Arizona Law or, with permission of your advisor, by another University of Arizona department or school.


 

Updated: 07/02/2013