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Curricular Interest Area: Energy and Environmental Law

Energy law concerns the production, distribution, development and taxation of energy resources. Environmental law is a body of law that seeks to protect the natural environment and encompasses issues including water and air quality, hazardous waste, wildlife protection, agriculture, wetlands, biodiversity and waste management. The following lists of courses currently or recently offered and faculty teaching in this area are provided as a guide to students interested in energy and environmental law.Read more on other areas of curricular interest »

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Certificate in Energy and Environmental Law

For students who choose to focus their academic careers on Energy and Environmental Law, UConn Law offers a certificate program. A certificate in Energy and Environmental Law demonstrates a competency to potential employers and prepares students for a career in this diverse legal field. Certificates requirements, included courses and application information can be found on the Energy and Environmental Law Certificate webpage. Read more on the Energy & Environmental Law Certificate »

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