McGeorge School of Law Launches Online LL.M. in Water & Environmental Law

School also launches two new online master's programs in water and government

The California-based University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law has announced plans to launch an Online LL.M. program in Water & Environmental Law. 

The new program is aimed at attorneys, recent graduates, or foreign law professionals who want to develop legal skills in the environmental law field. The program includes 24 units of study and will take approximately two years to complete, although the program length is flexible. The program's required courses focus on topics like environmental law and lawmaking, and students can also delve into electives like "International Water Resources Law" and "Natural Resources Law," among others.

The school has also announced that it will also launch an Online Master of Science in Law program, which will be aimed at non-legal professionals. There will be two concentrations available: Water & Environmental Law and Government Law & Policy. These programs do not require a law degree to apply.

For more information, please see the McGeorge School of Law news release announcing the launch of the Online LL.M. degree.

Read more about the law school and its LL.M. programs on the McGeorge Full Profile at LLM GUIDE.


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