Through the Center for Energy & Environmental Law, students have the opportunity to move beyond the classroom to practice-based learning opportunities, including:
- Externships with state agencies, law firms, energy and environmental corporations, and regulated utilities;
- The Semester in DC program, which places students at such federal agencies as the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy; and
- Applied research in a range of areas.
Students have opportunities to attend lectures and events with science and research departments at the University of Connecticut and other institutions. The flexible and unique program prepares students to integrate energy and environmental disciplines into their work, making them singularly valuable in their chosen professional fields.
UConn School of Law is in the residential West End of Hartford, Connecticut, on a lovely Gothic-style campus that is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Cultural and recreational opportunities abound in the area, which is just two hours from New York and Boston.
For more information or to arrange a campus visit, please email email@example.com or call 1-860-570-5284.