Georgetown Launches Environmental Law LL.M.

New program starts in Fall 2014; requires practicum or externship in the field

Georgetown University Law Center has announced it will launch a new LL.M. degree program in environmental law beginning this fall.

Students will be required to complete 24 credit hours, as well as an externship or practicum within the field of environmental law. Georgetown J.D. candidates will also be able to obtain the LL.M. with the completion of 12 additional credit hours.

Georgetown has seven faculty members and over a dozen adjunct professors specializing in environmental law, and hosts the Georgetown Climate Center and Georgetown International Environmental Law Review.

For more information, please visit the program website or their full LLM GUIDE directory profile


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