NRLF’s welcome event went off (mostly) without a hitch. For those that attended, thank you for your time. For those that didn’t please see the recording of the session here. (Note that the camera was not adjusted properly, so pretend the recording is just audio.) The Outlaws’s event took place at the same time. […]
Hello NRLFers. Please take advantage of the U IT departments offer. The following software is available for free: Office Professional Plus 2010 for Windows Office 2011 for Mac Office Enterprise 2007 for Windows Windows 7 Professional Operating System Upgrades If you don’t have the current version of Office, it’s time to get on the 2010/11 […]
The Stegner Center has provided us with further information regarding student funding. This brochure provides information on the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s (RMMLF) outreach efforts, including student scholarships and grants.
The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF) is providing the S.J. Quinney College of Law with limited travel funding to enable students to attend a Foundation program. Funding will pay for round trip airfare, lodging, and registration fees, but not meal costs or other miscellaneous expenses such as car rental and parking. You can access a list […]
The US Dept of the Interior released an economic contribution report today. According to the executive summary, Interior accounted for $385b of economic activity in the US Economy for 2011. That’s a big number, but most came from oil and gas — which was lumped together. Considering that Interior propounds its “diverse mission,” are they […]
S.J. Quinney continues improvement of its natural resource course offerings. Offered this fall, for the first time, is Ocean and Coastal Law — offered by Robin Craig. Professor Craig spent last year at the Q as a visiting professor. She will be staying on permanently, and is renowned in the areas of water and coastal law. […]