New programs specialize in legal issues connected to energy and national security
According to the law school, the National Security Law and U.S. Foreign Relations Law LL.M. program provides specialized training in legal aspects of homeland security, intelligence gathering, military operations, counterterrorism, classified information, state secrets, and diplomacy. Internship opportunities are also available at national security-related federal agencies in the Washington DC area.
For the other new program, GW Law added a new concentration to its Environmental Law LL.M. program focusing on Energy and Environmental Law. The concentration will feature courses in Energy Law and Regulation, Energy and the Environment, International Climate Change Law, International Project Finance, and Air Pollution Control. Internship possibilities are also available at federal agencies in the area, such as the Department of Energy, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, various energy non-profit organizations.
For more information about this and other LL.M. programs at George Washington, please visit their website or follow the directory link below.
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