The University of Texas School of Law: Global Energy, International Arbitration, and Environmental Law
|Institution||The University of Texas School of Law|
|Department||School of Law View department profile|
This innovative concentration is in cooperation with the law school's groundbreaking Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law and Business. The KBH Energy Center promotes and sponsors education, collaborative research, critical discussion, policy analyses, and hands-on clinical experience to address the most pressing energy and natural-resource issues of our time. 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 encouraged to consider an interdisciplinary approach. This concentration is open to both students with a foreign law degree and students with a J.D.
|Level||NFQ Level 7|
The University of Texas School of Law
About the Law School
Lawyers from all over the world come to The University of Texas at Austin to expand the breadth and depth of their legal knowledge and invest in an internationally recognized Master of Laws. The LL.M. Program is diverse, selective, and small, with a maximum of 50 spots for each incoming class. LL.M. students from foreign countries and the U.S. are fully integrated into the academic life of the Law School, learning side by side with 880 J.D. students. The LL.M. class is global in reach, with 35 students from …
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