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The minerals and energy law sectors are fundamental to the Australian economy, while their legal regulation has become a vital and dynamic area of law and legal practice across the world.

The purpose of the Centre for International Minerals and Energy Law is threefold:

  1. To be a leading research Centre that meets the present and future needs of all stakeholders in the minerals, petroleum and energy industry through the provision of high-quality and accessible research and teaching;
  2. To support The University of Queensland’s research activities within the minerals and energy sectors through the contribution of legal expertise, scholarship and research in relevant projects; and
  3. To collaborate in research, scholarship and teaching with international mineral, petroleum and energy law centres.

Underpinning these purposes are three core areas of activity: research, teaching and engagement.

Research
  Teaching   Engagement
  • Theoretical
  • Applied
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Collaborative (local, national and international)
  • Specialist Masters program
  • Undergraduate teaching
  • Executive Education
  • Legal Profession
  • Industry
  • Government
  • Research Institutions (within UQ, national and international)