West Virginia University Plans Energy Law & Sustainable Development LL.M.

New program would start in Fall 2014 pending ABA approval

West Virginia University (WVU) College of Law has announced plans to launch an LL.M. program in Energy Law & Sustainable Development starting in Fall 2014. The program has been approved by the university's board of governors, but is still pending acquiescence by the American Bar Association.

The 26-credit program will be open to students with a JD or foreign equivalent. In addition to required and elective classes, the program also includes a research paper or field-work project.

For more information, please visit the program website.


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