Environmental Law (LLM)
The Environmental Law LL.M. offers students the opportunity to develop their skills and understanding of environmental law and policy through a structured program of study and experience.
Admission to the Environmental Law LL.M. Program requires a first degree in law. Students must take a minimum of 24 credits to complete the Environmental Law LL.M. degree, including a minimum of three credits of experiential learning. Courses qualifying as experiential include externships, clerkships, clinical programs and practica, as well as a variety of in-class courses. International students will additionally take a two-credit legal research and writing class and a two-credit course that introduces the United States legal system.
Environmental Law LL.M. students must complete the following: An Experiential Capstone Course (3-4 credits); An Approved Research Course (3-4 credits); Two Environmental Law Core Courses (6 credits); and One Other Environmental Law-Related Course (3 credits).
The remainder of the students’ coursework will comprise electives from the entirety of the law school’s course offerings.