The University of Connecticut (UConn) School of Law is offering students worldwide the highly prestigious LLM in Energy and Environmental Law. Students of this program will get the opportunity to study global energy needs, renewal energy policies and climate change solutions.
Through UConn Law's Center for Energy & Environmental Law (CEEL), the popular LLM in Energy and Environmental Law is further bolstered via the support that transcends beyond the classroom. CEEL sponsors LLM students' on-campus conferences, panel discussions and career events as well as off-campus site visits. Besides this, the Law School, through its Career Planning Center, also gives the students their needed professional programming workshops, counseling, networking opportunities and mock interviews.
One of the more sought after conferences sponsored by the CEEL is the international Just Transition Conference. This conference explores with partner institutions environmental, energy and climate justice topics. These partner universities come from the US, Australia, The Netherlands, and the UK, including Queen Mary University of London.
The LLM in Energy and Environmental Law involves a practical approach to learning that will support students in tackling complex legal challenges under the global environmental and energy sector. The LLM classes are quite small, with about half a dozen students enrolled and expert faculty sharing with them real-world experiences in their respective fields.
Students of this LLM program can further extend their studies through lectures from researchers and scientists, as well as have the choice of conducting their own research. The improvements made on the LLM program afford its students the invaluable opportunity to also liaise and learn from highly reputable international scholars.
Students on the LLM program will get the chance to study alongside students coming from numerous cultures and nations at the Law School's amazing neo-Gothic campus. The campus offers them various benefits including access to one of the world's best university libraries, the Thomas J. Meskill Law Library.