Expand Your Network

  • Participate in the Regional Planning Meetings for the Annual Institute – Let us know where you live, and we’ll let you know if there is a Regional Planning Meeting in your area
  • If you’re attending the Annual Institute, don’t skip the special interest breakfasts and lunches – The Newcomer’s Breakfast, Young Professionals Reception, International Lunch, In-House Counsel Lunch, Natural Resources Law Teachers Lunch, Portia’s Lunch (for professional women), and IPAA Law Committee Meeting offer an opportunity to network within a smaller group
  • In your first decade of practice? Join the Young Professionals Network and make connections with younger practitioners around the country
  • Attend a special institute and network and get to know the program committee members and the speakers – let people know if you are interested in writing and delivering a paper

Share Your Expertise

  • Submit an article for consideration for publication in the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal – The Journal’s mission is to publish articles that would be useful for practitioners in any of our core areas of practice
  • Respond to a Call for Topics – Program planning for our Annual Institute and our biennial International Special Institute begins with an email call for topics sent to everyone in our database
  • From time to time, publications such as the American Law of Mining, Law of Federal Oil & Gas Leases, and Mineral Law and Water Law Newsletters need new contributors – Let us know your interest and expertise so we can have that information handy when the need arises

Join the Community

  • Become an Annual Member – All Annual Members are included in our Directory, receive electronic copies of the Mineral Law Newsletter, the Water Law Newsletter, and the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal 
  • Consider our New Professionals Membership
  • Make sure you are in our database – You will receive notices of all conferences and new publications