The Law School has compiled the following lists of courses currently or recently offered and faculty teaching in this area to guide our students interested in Environmental and Natural Resources Law. These are not exhaustive lists, but a rather a starting point for students interested in this area of study. This list does not set out the courses in the order in which they should be taken; please consult with the faculty members and associate and assistant deans for guidance.
405 Envir Admin Law Practicum407 CERCLA Litigation and Practice410 Energy Law and Climate Change483 Oil and Gas Law575 Natural Resources Law601 Administrative Law628 Animal Law628 Environmental ADR634 Water Wars/Great Lakes661 Climate Change/Sustainability679 Environmental Law and Policy
682 Int'l Environment Law & Policy735 Land Use Planning and Control761 Water Law771 How to Save the Planet791 Toxic Substances/Toxic Torts791 Environmental Crimes805 Environmental Justice840 Advanced Environ Law842 Environ Litg in Supreme Court930 Environmental Law Clinic
There are also a number of relevant courses in other schools and colleges of the University, such as the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, the Ford School of Public Policy, the Ross School of Business, the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and the School of Public Health.
For information related to this area beyond course offerings, please see the Environmental Law and Policy Program.
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