Lewis & Clark’s LL.M. in Environmental and Natural Resources Law offers excellent preparation for practicing, teaching, or policy-making in the environmental and natural resources law field. Our dynamic program draws lawyers from across the country and around the world, who consistently give the program high marks for its breadth, depth and educational excellence. Our environmental law program is ranked near the top in the nation by the United States by U.S. News & World Report. We also provide outstanding staff support to our LL.M. students as well as one-on-one access to our renowned faculty members.
We encourage you to visit our campus and see the Lewis & Clark difference. We consider applications on a rolling basis and accept applications throughout the year. Our LL.M. program staff are always happy to answer your questions. Contact Assistant Director, Lucy Brehm, at email@example.com or 503-768-6882.
Meet some of our LL.M. graduates!
Kristen Fletcher, LL.M. ’97, Executive Director of the Coastal States Organization, represents the interests of the Governors of the thirty-five coastal States and Territories on federal, legislative, and policy issues relating to sound coastal, Great Lakes, and ocean management. [More]
Chuck Barlow, LL.M. ’95 achieved a record-breaking environmental enforcement settlement as General Counsel for the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. As Assistant Vice President and Environmental Counsel for southern energy giant Entergy, he helped establish an important global warming precedent in the U.S. Supreme Court. [More]
Juan José Eyzaguirre, LL.M. ’04, is a partner in the law firm of Philippi, Yrarrazaval, Pulido & Brunner Ltda. in Santiago, Chile. He is also an adjunct professor and speaks on environmental law topics at national and international conferences. [More]
Takamichi Sekine, LL.M. ‘91 has received international attention for his groundbreaking environmental litigation. [More]
Jan McDonald, LL.M. ‘92 is an environmental law professor and deputy director (research) at Griffith Law School in Queensland, Australia and has worked with the United Nations Development Programme in the Solomon Islands. [More]
Comments from a recent LL.M. class:
“[A]ll of the environmental law faculty were very good. Deserving of the top rating.”
“I very much enjoyed the interaction with the faculty. They are, to a person, brilliant but approachable.”
“I was very happy with my experience.”