You may apply for a maximum of two specializations. You must have completed four (4) listed courses for each specialization.

Graduate Legal Studies may approve, in exceptional circumstances, the substitution of one unlisted course toward each specialization. Please note that such exceptions are rare. If you are applying to have such a course approved, attach a detailed written note specifying how the course (such as an externship) is related to the area of specialization.
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I hereby petition for the below specialization(s) that are noted by my checkmark(s) to be granted. I have completed or am currently registered for all courses marked below, and they have been approved as part of my master's degree course of studies.

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Degree Program:   LLM    Master of Legal Studies in ENRLP

Environmental Law and Policy (check at least 4 boxes)
International Environmental Law
Environmental Law
Comparative Environmental Law
Sustainable Development and International Trade
Environmental Clinic
Federal Wildlife Law
Director approved course* (may include a relevant externship or directed research project)

Mineral Law and Policy (check at least 4 boxes)
International and Comparative Mining Law and Policy
Mining Law
Negotiating Natural Resources Agreements
Economics of Natural Resource Projects & Finance
Natural Resources Law

Energy Law and Policy (check at least 4 boxes)
Energy Law
International and Comparative Petroleum Law and Policy
Oil and Gas Law
Negotiating Natural Resources Agreements
Economics of Natural Resource Projects & Finance
Natural Resources Law
Renewable Energy and Project Finance
Renewable Energy: Law, Policy and Markets
Renewable Energy Project Development
Director approved course* (may include a relevant externship or directed research project)

International Resources Transactions Law and Policy (check at least 4 boxes)
International Business Transactions
International Contracts
International Finance
International Commercial Dispute Resolution
International Law
Sustainable Development and International Trade
Comparative Law
Negotiating Natural Resources Agreements
Comparative Environmental Law
International Mergers and Acquisitions
International Environmental Law
Director approved course* (may include a relevant externship or directed research project)


If you did directed research/externship, please specify what your topic/work was.