Lewis & Clark law school’s highly ranked Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law program now offers a Master of Studies in Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law for non-lawyers. This graduate degree is for those who have a bachelor’s degree and are interested in learning about environmental law, but who do not wish to practice law or obtain a law degree. Potential students include federal agency employees, teachers, elected officials, journalists, and people pursuing careers in lobbying or non-profit organizations, as well as business people who want a better understanding of environmental regulations.
Lewis & Clark’s Master’s program requires completion of 26 semester hours of credit. The program can be completed in two semesters or spread over three years. Absent unusual circumstances, we require students to begin in mid-August in order to attend a 2-credit Introduction to Environmental Legal Studies course designed to help prepare students for study in a law school environment. In addition to this introductory course, the program requires students to take Administrative Law and Environmental Law. MSL students can choose from a wide variety of environmental law courses for the remainder of the credits. Click here for a sample schedule. Applications are now available.
Recent graduates are enthusiastic about the program:
We look forward to hearing from interested applicants for fall 2015. For more information please contact Lucy Brehm, Assistant Director of Environmental Law at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are now available.