Choosing your Optional Legal Papers In the Environmental, Resources and Energy Field

1 August 2018

Choosing your Optional Legal Papers In the Environmental, Resources and Energy Field

The Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law (CEREL)

Now is a good time to consider your optional law papers at the 400 level in the environmental, resources and energy law field. Study in this field can lead to satisfying careers and engagement with some of the biggest issues of our time. Take a moment to come and meet with lecturers who teach in these areas, so you can get a clear picture of what each paper covers and how it is taught. Light refreshments will be available.

Date:  Wednesday, 1 August 2018
Time: 1.00pm-1.45pm
Location:  MSB 1.37, by the Matariki Courtyard

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