The Fundamentals of International Nuclear Law (FINL) was developed by the NEA to provide a high-level, introductory review of the central aspects of international nuclear law in a condensed 3 hours per day online programme.
The following subjects are covered during the FINL programme:
nuclear safety, regulation and licensing;
management of spent fuel and radioactive waste;
environmental law and nuclear activities;
transport of nuclear materials and fuel;
non-proliferation and international safeguards for nuclear materials;
liability, compensation and insurance for nuclear damage; and
international trade in nuclear materials and equipment.
Lectures are delivered by specialists in nuclear law from international organisations, governments and private industry.
Who can apply?
Both professionals and graduate students can apply.
Professional applicants should have at least one year of relevant professional experience and a basic knowledge of law as it relates to nuclear energy.
Graduate students should be enrolled in an energy or international law-related LLM programme.