Courses and Curriculum
The Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program (ENRLP) offers a wide array of domestic and internationally focused courses on renewable energy, mining, oil and gas, land use, sustainability and environmental justice. During their second- and third-years of law school, Program students may design a specialized curriculum, combining doctrinal courses with experiential learning opportunities in the Environmental Law Clinic and legal externships, leading to a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law. Through various Program events and activities, students are further able to interact with practicing attorneys, policymakers and scholars.
ENRLP Certificate requirements may be found here: ENRLP_AdvisingForm17_FNL.pdf
You are also invited to discuss the Program with faculty members and with the Program’s administrative director. Students choosing to participate in the Program may complete a Program Enrollment Form.