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Degree Program Information
No other law school in America offers a specialized program in natural resources and environmental law with the breadth, scope and opportunities offered at the University of Denver College of Law. The program is unique in terms of the number and variety of course offerings, its international and domestic graduate programs, its close association with the Earth Justice Environmental Law Clinic and the prestigious Colorado School of Mines. Students may participate in the Water Law Review, the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and legal externship programs with internationally recognized firms or agencies located in the heart of the natural resources and environmental industry.
The Environmental and Natural Resources Law Discipline Courses:*
The ENRLP offers an extraordinarily broad range of introductory and advanced classes in Environmental and Natural Resources Law. We endeavor to offer all important classes every year, without fail. All the courses listed the following table are open to JD and masters degree students.
*Actual course offerings will differ from year to year.
Your course of study may be customized, depending upon your goal to work internationally, within the United States, or both. Denver Law offers more than 30 courses in environmental and natural law, divided equally between international and domestic issues. Juris Doctor candidates may select any of the listed courses as electives. For our advanced degree programs, you may customize your degree by selecting any approved courses.