LLM Seminar I



2014 Fall

About This Class

This seminar ranges widely over environmental law and policy, exploring diverse advanced topics and viewpoints. On most weeks, a guest speaker will present their scholarship to the seminar. These guests will include off-campus visitors and VLS faculty and advanced students. These guests will bring cutting-edge scholarship and ideas to the seminar, sparking vigorous discussion of the leading environmental law and policy issues of our day.The LLM Seminar is required for LLM candidates, and is also open to post-JD MELP candidates, at the discretion of the Director of the ELC. Moreover, some of the seminars will be public, open to the entire VLS community. *Note: Credits and grades for the thesis, research project, or teaching practicum are separate from the LLM Seminar and are given by the LLM candidate's thesis, project, or teaching advisor. Method of evaluation: Written assignments & class participation. AWR: No.

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