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  • Required Courses:
    Public Law, Environmental Law and Communications, Advocacy and Leadership
  • In addition, choose three of the following, required:
    Natural Resources Law, Science for Environmental Law, Environmental Economics and Markets or:
  • Environmental Ethics - (minimum 2 credits):
    - Indian Tribes as Governmental Stewards of the Environment
    - Animal Rights Jurisprudence
    - Animals and the Law
    - Animal Law
    - Environmental Ethics Seminar
    - Environmental Justice
    - Earth Law
    - Moral Philosophy​ for Professionals
    - Culture & the Environment
  • Dispute Resolution - (minimum 2 credits):
    - Alternative Dispute Resolution
    - Environmental Dispute Resolution
    - Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation (only JD/MELPs)
    - Arbitration
    - Mediation
    - Negotiation
    - Advanced Dispute Resolution Writing Seminar
    - CLI9405 Dispute Resolution Clinic