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June 24, 2024

Sustainability Law LLM degree launched at Leuphana University

Leuphana UniversityA part-time LLM degree in Sustainability Law has been launched at Leuphana University Lüneburg in Germany.

Taught mostly in German but with some English modules, the Master of Laws in Sustainability Law – Energy, Resources & Environment will provide students with legal expertise on a wide range of topics including climate change, coal phase-out, environmental protection and nature conservation.

This exciting LLM degree implements an interdisciplinary approach, combining legal skills with application perspectives from environmental and natural sciences, economics and technology. It is taught on a part-time basis, combining weekend classroom-based courses with flexible e-learning options, making it perfect for working LLM students.

The LLM in Sustainability Law is suitable for students with a background in law, but it could also be of interest to academics with experience in business administration, economics or engineering.

This program has received external accreditation by the FIBAA.

Contact course coordinator Dr Katrin Klitzke to find out more about the LLM degree via email at or telephone 04131 677 1304, or check the website for more information.

Applications for the October 2024 intake are being accepted until Thursday 15th August.

Find out more about the LLM in Sustainability Law.

Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.

Content added on 24th June 2024.

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