Following this specialisation gives you the opportunity to study environmental law, in depth, within its policy context, exploring law at national, EU and global levels and comparing legal regimes.
The specialisation equips you with a broad expertise which will benefit you in careers in government departments and agencies, international organisations, non-governmental organisations, private practice, policy-making or in an advisory capacity. The degree also provides an excellent foundation for further research. The specialisation is for both graduates with a first degree in law and students with other relevant academic and professional backgrounds.
Modules associated with this specialisation include:
- Climate Change and Renewable Energy Law
- Conservation and Natural Resources Law
- Environmental Quality Law
- European Community Environmental Law and Policy
- International Environmental Law – Legal Foundations
- International Environmental Law – Substantive Legal Aspects
- International Trade Law and the Environment; and Land Development Law
- Students are also able to choose from modules offered on the MSc in Environmental Social Science
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Last updated August 31, 2015