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UWA Environmental Protection Law: Online Short Course

This short course is for legal practitioners and other professionals interested in the environmental protection regulatory framework in Western Australia, in its national and international contexts.

The course will give a thorough insight into the State and Commonwealth law for the prevention of pollution and environmental harm and for environmental impact assessment in Western Australia law. We study the key legislation, including the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (WA), Contaminated Sites Act 2003 (WA) and the Environment Protection & Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth), and the developing body of case law. The course gives a foundation in core principles, notes significant recent developments and addresses reforms.


In the COVID-19 circumstances, the course will be conducted entirely on-line over the period 18 – 29 May. Reading materials and pre-recorded lectures will be available from 18 May and a series of interactive on-line sessions with expert guest contributors will be conducted via zoom in the week beginning 25 May. 
 

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18-29 May 2020
The UWA, on-line, using the Learning Management System, pre-recorded lectures and Zoom
90 minutes zoom sessions will be held in the mornings and afternoons of 25, 26, 28 & 29 May
$1,365.00 for whole course (plus Eventbrite fee); registrations may be shared.

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