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EMLF Conference Boasts 14 ASL Alumni and Students

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Fourteen students and alumni from the Appalachian School of Law attended this year's Energy and Mineral Law Foundation's conference, held Oct. 13-15 in Lexington, Ky. The event draws energy and natural resources professionals every year, giving members of the ASL community a chance to network and represent the school, which is one of only 11 law schools on EMLF's governing board. ASL's involvement in natural resources law has ignited a drive to found a Natural Resources Law Center in the newly acquired building at 1432 Walnut St. near campus. The proposed center would help sustain a close relationship with EMLF.


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