University of Calgary, legal education, legal history, resource law, environmental law, constiutional law, property law, Chair of Natural Resources Law
When the University of Calgary's Law Faculty was established in 1976, one of its mandates was to develop a specialized program in resources and environmental law. This process was embarked upon immediately through the use of many resources law issues as teaching vehicles in firstyear courses such as constitutional and property law, and the development of an upper-year curriculum that featured several courses and programs in resources and environmental law. As well, generous contributions from Calgary law firms and corporations resulted in the partial endowment of a Chair of Natural Resources Law.
Constance D. Hunt, "The Canadian Institute of Resources Law at Calgary" (1987) 11:1 Dal LJ 338.