In July Prof Feris attended a Meeting of Eminent Legal Experts on the Midterm Review of the Montevideo Programme IV in New York.
Alexander (Sandy) Paterson from IMEL recently participated in the final meeting of the IUCN Environmental Law Centre's Steering Committee tasked with overseeing their Building Capacity on Protected Areas Law and Governance Project, held in Bonn (Germany) in July 2015.
During the second teaching block of the LLM Environmental Law Programme, the Principles of Environmental Law Students enjoyed a fieldtrip to the Soetwater Nature Reserve and Conference centre situated near Cape Point.
Land Use Planning Law is a very practical subject and accordingly Land Use Planning Law students spent the day down at Soetwater near Scarborough, unpacking an array of complicated land use planning law scenarios.
As part of its Environmental Law Programme, the Institute of Marine and Environmental Law offers two LLM/MPhil/PGDip courses comprising of a block teaching component (2 weeks) and correspondence component (12 weeks) in the first Semester.
Alexander (Sandy) Paterson from IMEL recently participated in the IUCN World Parks Congress (WPC), held in Sydney in November 2014.
The impending establishment of the 'one environmental management system'
Prof Jan Glazewski of IMEL, in collaboration with UCT's Shale Gas Working Group, held a successful Symposium on fracking on 24 October 2014.
IMEL, together with UCT's Law@Work Project, will be presenting a short course on Energy Law from 21-23 October 2014.
Alexander (Sandy) Paterson participated in an authors’ meeting for the Protected Areas Law and Governance Capacity Building Project held in Bonn, Germany, in early September.
Since our debut Film Festival in 2012 was such a huge success and thanks to continued Faculty participation and support, IMEL hosted the event for the third year in a row.