New program open to foreign-trained lawyers; 35 credit units required

Stanford University Law School (SLS) will be offering an LL.M. program in Environmental Law and Policy (ELP) starting this fall. A minimum of 35 credit units are required to complete the full-time program. 

 
The program is open to lawyers with a primary law degree earned outside of the United States, and with at least two years of professional legal experience.
 
According to the law school, the new program "seeks to provide foreign lawyers with the legal and policy analysis expertise needed to address issues of pollution, toxic substances, climate change, energy, freshwater, protection of living species on both land and in the oceans, land use management, and environmental assessment."
 
For more information, please visit the SLS Environmental Law & Policy LL.M. program website.
 

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