Nov. 3, 2017
University of Buffalo launches new LLM in Environmental Law
The School of Law at the University of Buffalo has launched a new LLM in Environmental Law designed to prepare global, environmental law leaders.
This new Master of Laws program will offer law students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in environmental law and policy through traditional classroom study, as well as experiential learning opportunities, and individual academic advising.
Modules of study will include: pollution control, greening Buffalo, land use, climate change law and policy, historic preservation law, and international environmental law, plus the LLM also includes a large research project.
Course Co-Director and Professor of Law, Jessica Owley, says, “Whether advocating the position of a public interest group, a corporate client, a government agency or a private citizen, almost every area of legal practice today touches upon some aspect of environmental law. At a global level, critically important issues such as climate change, sustainability and transnational pollution require an understanding of environmental law and policy.”
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Content added on 3rd November 2017.
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