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Certificate in Environmental Sustainability

Environmental lawyers, whether in private practice, government or public interest, must have a sound grounding in the technical issues and concepts that form the basis for environmental regulatory programs and that frequently arise in environmental litigation, transactions and site cleanups. A Certificate in Environmental Sustainability will be awarded to those J.D. students who obtain a minimum of 10 credits, including either the one-credit course Human Rights and the Environment or the one-credit course Environmental Justice: Domestic and International, and at least nine credits from among the following courses:
  • Administrative Law (3 credits) 
  • Ecology and Ecosystems Management for Lawyers (2 credits)
  • Energy Law and Policy (3 credits)
  • Seminar on Environmental Law and Policy (2 credits)
  • Environmental Law Practice (3 credits) 
  • Environmental Litigation Practicum (3 credits)
  • Environmentally Sustainable Development: Law and Institutions (1 credit)
  • Seminar on Exploring Principles of Earth Jurisprudence (2 credits)
  • International Environmental Law (3 credits)
  • Land Use Planning (3 credits)
  • Legal Accounting (2 credits)
  • Natural Resources Law (3 credits)
  • Real Estate Development and Finance (3 credits)
  • Real Estate transactions (2 credits)
  • Remedies (3 credits)