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ULW
Satisfies Upper Level Writing Requirement
EA
Experiential Advantage Option (2 EA credits satisfy the Professional Skills requirement; 6 EA credits satisfy the Experiential Coursework Requirement)
PUBL
Satisfies Public Service Requirement
NOTE: ULW & Professional Skills/Experiential Coursework requirements cannot be met by the same course.

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CourseProfessorDaysTimeCrs.No.CRNCr.Hrs.ULWEAPUBLRoomCapNotes
Administrative LawFelter, Ed / Anduaga, AntonioT,R6:00PM-7:15PMLAWS 40251160319050
Administrative LawBrown, JayM,W9:00AM-10:15AMLAWS 40251001328050ULW optional.
Administrative LawBradley, KeithT,R10:30AM-11:45AMLAWS 40251002325550
Animal Law PracticumCarreno, Alexa / McKay, JeremyT,R4:15PM-5:30PMLAWS 470210913EA14514
Climate Change and Energy Transition: Comparing EU and US Law and PolicySmith, DonM8:00AM-10:15AMLAWS 47051096349915Course jointly-taught by Don Smith and Bea Martinez Romera of U. of Copenhagen. Course will include students from DU and Copenhagen. Interested students should waitlist & send brief interest statement to dcsmith@law.du.edu
Community Economic Development Clinic & SeminarCrowder, PatienceT4:30PM-7:00PMLAWS 4835/48361071/10726ULWEAPUBL4998Students must enroll for this course through the clinic. 3 in-class credits/3 out-of-class credits.
ComplianceStang, LynnS9:45AM-1:00PM (breaks 11:15AM-11-30AM; 11:45AM-12:00PM)LAWS 47061097319040This class will be held on part-time program weekends: https://www.law.du.edu/sites/default/files/2021-02/Part-Time%20Program%20Calendar%20Spring%202022.pdf
Critical Readings in Race and Water and Natural Resources LawRomero, TomW9:00AM-10:40AMLAWS 47061098249915
Environmental and Agricultural LawSilverman, SteveS2:15PM-5:30PM (breaks: 3:45PM-4:00PM)LAWS 40551146317050This class will be held on part-time program weekends: https://www.law.du.edu/sites/default/files/2021-02/Part-Time%20Program%20Calendar%20Spring%202022.pdf
Environmental Appellate AdvocacyCarreno, AlexaT,R2:30PM-4:00PMLAWS 470811002EA355Half semester course. Professor permission only. Interested students should waitlist and contact the professor for more information.
Environmental JusticeSassman, WyattM,W2:45PM-4:45PMLAWS 421911473ULW27030Please refer to Professor instructions regarding class meeting dates.
Environmental Law Clinic and SeminarLynch, Kevin / Sassman, Wyatt / Volz, AmyT,R2:45PM-4:00PMLAWS 4206/48021027/10289ULWEAPUBL49925Students must enroll for this course through the clinic. 3 in-class credits/6 out-of-class credits.
Land Use PlanningSchindler, SarahT,R10:30AM-11:45AMLAWS 43601037328050
Local Government LawSchindler, SarahT,R1:15PM-2:30PMLAWS 47001110312520
Natural Resource LawLaitos, JanM,W1:15PM-2:30PMLAWS 44501057318050
Negotiating Natural Resources AgreementsOki, Tonye / Boggs, CassieM,W6:00PM-7:15PMLAWS 44621058328025
Private Property and the Police Power - The Role of Courts, Government and the ConstitutionLaitos, JanM5:15PM-7:45PMLAWS 470311123ULW18010Wait List only, students interested in the Seminar should contact the Professor by email.
Sustainable Development & International TradeDisney Bruckner, KristiF,SF: 1:00PM-6:00PM; S: 9:00AM-5:30PMLAWS 455610623ULW49918This class will meet over 3 weekends: 1/28-29, 2/11-12, & 4/1-2.