This Master’s degree programme on Energy, Environmental and Climate Change Law being offered by the University of Malta, in collaboration with IEEL, is unique in its approach – it aims to provide for a thorough study of energy law, environmental law and climate change law, from the point of view of international, European Union, and comparative law. This corresponds to the ever-increasing legal, economic, and societal importance of energy, environmental and climate change regulation. Recognizing the expertise of the researchers of the University of Malta and IEEL, and the need for specialized education, the University of Malta approved plans to offer a Master in Energy, Environmental and Climate Change (LL.M.). The first programme started in the academic year 2013-2014 and will be offered again in 2015/6. The co-directors of studies are Prof. Dr. Kurt Deketelaere and Dr. Simone Borg, and the LL.M coordinator is Prof. Dr. Bram Delvaux.
Energy law, environmental law and climate change law are booming areas of legal practice, of academic research, as well as of societal importance. In these areas, the programme aims to deliver three key anchor points of legal resources: knowledge and know-how, skills (both verbally and written), and the professional approach and intuition required. Further information - http://www.um.edu.mt/icp/lllm-energy-environmental-climate-change-law
Last updated February 25, 2016