The University of Arizona College of Law will host the 3rd Annual Mining Law Summit at on November 9, 2018, beginning at 8:00 a.m.  This one-day Summit will be held at the law school as part of the programs of the Global Mining Law Center.  This year we are looking at mine safety and specifically the concept of what can be done to share experience and otherwise provide safety expertise within the industry.  The program will be a valuable contribution to the industry and offer specific proposals for future policy consideration.  One of the highlights will be a panel discussion of a hypothetical mine disaster using contributors from engineering, safety, environmental, communications, insurance, legal and others.  The day will start out with Brad Ross’s description and evaluation of the Bingham Canyon slope failure and end with Mary Poulton’s providing suggestions for future sharing of technology.