Environmental Law LLM 2010 US News & World Report


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Best Law Schools Specialty Rankings: Environmental Law
Ranked in 2010
1 Vermont Law School South Royalton, VT
2 Lewis & Clark College (Northwestern) Portland, OR
3 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
4 Pace University White Plains, NY
5 Florida State University Tallahassee, FL
6 Georgetown University Washington, DC
University of Colorado--Boulder Boulder, CO
8 Stanford University Stanford, CA
University of Oregon Eugene, OR
10 New York University New York, NY
University of Maryland Baltimore, MD
12 Duke University Durham, NC
Tulane University New Orleans, LA
14 University of Denver (Sturm) Denver, CO
15 University of Utah (Quinney) Salt Lake City, UT
16 George Washington University Washington, DC
University of California--Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
University of Florida (Levin) Gainesville, FL

Best Law Schools Specialty Rankings: Environmental Law
Ranked in 2010
1 Vermont Law School South Royalton, VT
2 Lewis & Clark College (Northwestern) Portland, OR
3 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA
4 Pace University White Plains, NY
5 Florida State University Tallahassee, FL
6 Georgetown University Washington, DC
University of Colorado--Boulder Boulder, CO
8 Stanford University Stanford, CA
University of Oregon Eugene, OR
10 New York University New York, NY
University of Maryland Baltimore, MD
12 Duke University Durham, NC
Tulane University New Orleans, LA
14 University of Denver (Sturm) Denver, CO
15 University of Utah (Quinney) Salt Lake City, UT
16 George Washington University Washington, DC
University of California--Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
University of Florida (Levin) Gainesville, FL
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Although Lewis & Clark is often ranked #1, we enjoy our friendly rivalry with Vermont, and congratulate them for their ranking this year (but hope to regain our title next year!).

We welcome applications from international lawyers. For more information about L&C's LL.M. program for international students, please visit

http://www.lclark.edu/law/programs/environmental_and_natural_resources_law/llm/international_students/

Lin

(Ms.) Lin Harmon, J.D.
Director, International LL.M. & Visitor Programs
Associate Director, Environmental & Natural Resources Law Program
Lewis & Clark Law School
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd.
Portland, OR 97219
(503) 768-6882
http://law.lclark.edu/programs/environmental_and_natural_resources_law/
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Join us for our 2010 Environmental Law Summer School!
http://law.lclark.edu/programs/summer_school/environmental_classes/index.php
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Although Lewis & Clark is often ranked #1, we enjoy our friendly rivalry with Vermont, and congratulate them for their ranking this year (but hope to regain our title next year!).

We welcome applications from international lawyers. For more information about L&C's LL.M. program for international students, please visit

http://www.lclark.edu/law/programs/environmental_and_natural_resources_law/llm/international_students/

Lin

(Ms.) Lin Harmon, J.D.
Director, International LL.M. & Visitor Programs
Associate Director, Environmental & Natural Resources Law Program
Lewis & Clark Law School
10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd.
Portland, OR 97219
(503) 768-6882
http://law.lclark.edu/programs/environmental_and_natural_resources_law/
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Join us for our 2010 Environmental Law Summer School!
http://law.lclark.edu/programs/summer_school/environmental_classes/index.php
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The University of Colorado Law School is the perfect place to get your LL.M in Natural Resources Law.Nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the Law School is ideally situated for the advanced study of natural resources law. Vast tracts of local, state, and federal public lands are literally at our doorstep, and the region is home to rich and diverse wildlife. Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region also boast some of the largest reserves of conventional mineral resources, in addition to abundant renewable energy resources, such as wind and solar.

If you want more information, email Harry Horowitz at harry.horowitz@colorado.edu.

The University of Colorado Law School is the perfect place to get your LL.M in Natural Resources Law.Nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the Law School is ideally situated for the advanced study of natural resources law. Vast tracts of local, state, and federal public lands are literally at our doorstep, and the region is home to rich and diverse wildlife. Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region also boast some of the largest reserves of conventional mineral resources, in addition to abundant renewable energy resources, such as wind and solar.

If you want more information, email Harry Horowitz at harry.horowitz@colorado.edu.
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