Short Course: Energy Law
This training course provides a deep introduction to the solutions and challenges of energy law. This is particularly timely given the ongoing energy crisis facing households, the climate change energy transition crisis, the many pollution crises that result from energy-related disasters and energy justice more broadly. Taught by distinguished team of experts from academia, leading law firms, and industry, the course provides a well-rounded account of the principal legal and regulatory issues in the renewable and non-renewable energy sector from an international and comparative perspective.
Indicative course topics
- Energy Law as a Complex System: Economics of Energy, Energy Security & Environmental Sustainability
- Oil & Gas Regulation in the Energy Transition
- Climate Change Litigation and the Energy Sector
- Nuclear Energy Law & Regulation
- Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS)
- Maritime Boundary Disputes & Implications for Seabed Energy Investments
- Decommissioning of (Abandoned or Disused) Offshore Installations
- The Energy Charter Treaty in the Energy Transition
- Role of Lawyers in Energy Crisis and Disaster Response
- Renewable Energy Law: The Legal Landscape and Future Direction
Testimonials from past attendees
"Very interesting range of topics and engaging speakers."
"Thank you, very enjoyable."
"Very good, helpful material."
Who is the course for?
The course would be beneficial for legal practitioners, students, law academics and non-lawyers with an interest in the global governance of energy and natural resources, environmental law, climate change and energy transition law.
This course is offered both an online course providing 10 x 2 hours sessions.
The course cost is £775 per person.
Member discount: 15% discount for individual members of BIICL
Details of individual memberships at BIICL
- 15% discount for groups of 3 or more attendees from NGO organisations or staff of government
- 15% discount for groups of 5 or more attendees from commercial organisations
*Course cost is subject to change
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law is committed to equality and opportunity in the legal profession and to support greater engagement of under-represented groups in the legal profession.
In our efforts in this regard we are delighted to offer 3 scholarships for each of our short courses to participants from communities and backgrounds currently under-represented in the legal community.