LL.M. Concentration in Global Energy, Interantional Arbitration and Environmental Law

This unique degree program allows students to explore the intersections between natural resources law, environmental law, and international arbitration. Students in the program concentrate in one focus area of study but take core courses in one or both of the other two areas and have the flexibility to integrate all three fields of study. Connections among the three areas are explored in courses, and students are also encouraged to consider an interdisciplinary approach.

This concentration is open to students with a foreign law degree and students with a J.D.

General Requirements (must complete a total of 24 credits)

Concentration Requirements (must complete a total of 14 credits)

Sample Course Offerings (seminars not listed)

Energy Courses
Environmental Courses
International Arbitration Courses

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