Course of Study: Energy and Environmental Law LLM

Below is a representative sample of courses taken by students in the Energy & Environmental Law LLM.  Please note that available courses may vary each semester.

Required Courses:

Students who have a foreign law degree are required to take in the first semester:

LAW7535 – U.S. Law and Legal Institutions
LAW7585 – US Law and Legal Institutions: Research and Writing

Strongly Recommended Courses

LAW7600 – Administrative Law

Energy Law Courses

LAW7568 – Climate Law
LAW7356 – Energy Law and the Courts: the Grid, Renewables and FERC
LAW7812 – Energy Regulation and Policy
LAW7806 – Renewable Energy Law

Environmental Law Courses

LAW7758 – Animal Law
LAW7568 – Climate Law
LAW7650 – Environmental Law
LAW7842 – Food Law and Policy
LAW7784 – Historic Preservation Law and Public Policy
LAW7805 – International Environmental Law
LAW7721 – Land Use
LAW7656 – Natural Resources Law

Clinical Courses

LAW7616 – Clinic: Environmental Law
LAW7844 – Field Placement: Center for Energy and Environmental Law