The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has announced plans to launch an LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law in 2018.
According to the school, the program was designed to meet increased demand for legal professionals with expertise in energy, environmental and infrastructure law. The new LL.M. will address energy investment and trade, project finance and infrastructure development, clean energy and climate change mitigation. It will also delve into energy and sustainability challenges, especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
The required courses for the new LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law include "International and Comparative Energy Law," "International and Comparative Environmental Law," "Principles of Environmental Law," and "Project Finance and Infrastructure Law."
Full-time students can complete the program in one year. Part-time students can typically complete the program in two years.
CUHK's LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law will launch this fall. Applications are now being accepted.
For more information, please see CUHK's LL.M. in Energy and Environmental Law course webpage. Read more about the school's LL.M. offerings on CUHK's Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.