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SA Division | SA Legislative Reform Series: Mining Act

Meet the Speaker | Kirsty Braydon

Kirsty is a senior legal advisor within the Mineral Resources Division of the Department for Energy and Mining. In addition to her role within the Department, Kirsty is an S.J.D. Candidate at the University of Western Australia and provides teaching assistance in the area of mining law at Flinders University and the University of Adelaide. Prior to her role within the Department for Energy and Mining, Kirsty worked as an energy and resources lawyer specialising in petroleum law, mining law and corporate law. During this time Kirsty worked for resource industry participants in respect to farm-in/out and exploration joint venture agreements, mineral rights agreements, share and asset acquisitions and disposals, capital raisings (share purchase plans, share placements, rights issues and convertible note issues) and project financing. Kirsty's petroleum experience includes advising companies on land access arrangements, drilling and well development contracts, and a wide range of service contracts and compliance issues. Kirsty was seconded to the in-house legal team of South Australian resources company, Arrium Ltd (now GFG Alliance), where she assisted in a large corporate restructure. Kirsty has a Master Degree in Commercial and Resources Law from the University of Western Australia majoring in petroleum law. Kirsty is a board member of the South Australian branch of the Australia Mining and Petroleum Law Association. Kirsty has published academic articles in the Australian Energy Resources Law Journal and Australian Mining and Petroleum Yearbook and has presented on various areas of mining law and petroleum law, including at the national Australian Mining and Petroleum Law conference. 

A light lunch and networking opportunities will be provided at the conclusion of the presentation.

Event details

When: 13 May 2021
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Where: Department of Energy and Mining | SA
Level 4, 11 Waymouth Street, Adelaide

Cost: $30 EIANZ Members | $40 Non-members

Places Available: 15

Contact: Event enquiries contact: EIANZ central office: 03 8593 4140 or office@eianz.org

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