The Osgoode Certificate in Mining Law

DatesJanuary 28-April 22 2013
CityToronto, Ontario, Canada
LocationOsgoode Professional Development Centre 1 Dundas St. W., 26th Floor
Contact NameWilliam Luby
Local Phone416-597-9724
TopicsFundamentals of mining such as exploration methods and resource estimation
Standards of disclosure for mineral projects
Due diligence and risk assessment: the key provisions
Global legal systems for acquiring and securing mining rights
The key issues impacting the negotiation and drafting of mining agreements
Methods for assessing and mitigating environmental risks
Types and sources of financing for mining projects
International standards of good practice and how to comply with them
Strategies for developing a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility program
Anti-corruption legislation and policies; the reach of governments in enforcement
Drafting effective international arbitration clauses
Main BodyThis intensive and multi-disciplinary Osgoode Professional Development certificate program was developed by mining lawyers and mining executives for those who need a comprehensive understanding of the critical business and legal issues in today’s dynamic mining industry.

You will come away from this program with the knowledge, strategies and tactics
that you can put to immediate use and better meet your client’s needs.
ScheduleIn five valuable one-day modules, an experienced, multi-disciplined faculty will give you a comprehensive understanding of the key legal and practical business issues. They will cover all phases of mining activity from exploration through closure, including the role and rights of local communities and indigenous peoples.
FeesCertificate Program: $3,995 plus 13% HST for a total of $4514.35.
Additional InfoThis event sold out in 2012. Don’t miss out. Register now!


OrganizerOsgoode Professional Developement
Address1 Dundas St West Suite 2602, Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1Z3
Phone416-597-9724 Ext. 259