LL.M. in Energy & Environmental Law
- Address: 2000 H St., NW Washington, DC 20052
- U.S. Students: email@example.com
- Phone: 202.994.7242
- Website: https://www.law.gwu.edu/llm-pr...
- International Students: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Master of laws (LL.M.)
- Starting date: Spring; Fall
- Tuition Fee: $73,730.00 USD
- Language: English
- Program type: Part-time; Full-time
- Duration: 1 year; 2 years
- Specialization: Environmental and Energy Law
A minimum of 16 credit hours from the following courses is required.
For U.S. law school graduates this requirement must include 4 credits graded on the basis of research paper. This typically entails completion of Thesis (6690-91) or two research papers, each of which is written in connection with a 2-credit course.
For non-U.S. law school graduates, completion of 2 credits graded on the basis of a single research paper or Thesis (6690-91) is required. Any research paper used to satisfy the written work requirement must be at least 8,000 words in length, and U.S. law school graduates must achieve a minimum grade of B+.
For students who choose to write a thesis,Thesis (6690-91) and a minimum of 12 credits in the field of study are required. Students are encouraged to write a thesis.
- Air Pollution Control (6432)
- Water Pollution Control (6434)
- Energy Law and Regulation (6438)
- Energy and the Environment (6439)
- Oil and Gas Law (6443)
- International Climate Change Law (6455)
- Environmental Negotiations (6458)
- Atomic Energy Law (6459)
- Environment and Energy Policy Practicum (6460)†
- Environmental Law Seminar (6466)†
- International Project Finance (6545)
*Property (6208) also will be available; only students with a non-U.S. law degree who plan to take the New York bar examination may count this course toward the 16 credits required in the field. † Approval of program director required. The seminar or practicum project must be focused on energy issues.