An alternative online education programme will be held instead:
the Fundamentals of International Nuclear Law.
More information about the 2022 INLE will be available later in 2021.
The five-day International Nuclear Law Essentials (INLE) course is designed to provide participants with a practical and comprehensive understanding of the various interrelated legal issues relating to the safe and peaceful use of nuclear energy. This intensive course in international nuclear law addresses the needs and interests of lawyers working in either the public or the private sector but will also be of interest to scientists, engineers, policymakers, managers and other professionals working in the nuclear field.
The International Nuclear Law Essentials programme builds on the foundation of the annual International School of Nuclear Law, which the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) co-sponsors with the University of Montpellier in France.
While the INLE is generally held in Paris, France, the 2018 INLE session was, for the first time, held outside of France at the National University of Singapore (NUS).
The following subjects are covered during the five-day programme:
The NEA provides a certificate of participation to those who attend the course.
To help our Alumni and Lecturers maintain the connections they made during the INLE, as well as build new connections across the years, an INLE Directory has been created.
Access to the Directory is password restricted and available only to those Alumni and Lecturers who are listed.
If you wish to update your contact information or if you are an Alumnus or Lecturer and wish to be included in the Directory, please email email@example.com.
The International School of Nuclear Law (ISNL) is a two-week programme run annually by the NEA and the University of Montpellier and supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Covering essential aspects of international nuclear law, it is designed for students and professionals.