"With David Uhlmann's superb leadership, the Environmental Law and Policy Program has brought a coherent vision to Michigan's environmental law curriculum, supported student interest in the field, developed an outstanding speakers series, and enhanced Michigan Law's position as one of the top environmental law programs in the United States."

—Prof. Mark Van Putten, past president, National Wildlife Federation

Curriculum

Michigan Law offers one of the most extensive curriculums in environmental and natural resources law among top 10 law schools. Environmental Law, Administrative Law, and the Environmental Law Clinic are offered each semester, as well as environmental externships for students seeking practical experience in environmental law. In addition, students have an opportunity to enhance their environmental law studies through the pursuit of a dual degree (joint JD and companion graduate degree) within 13 graduate schools/departments. The dual degree, coupled with interdisciplinary opportunities at other schools on campus, provides students an array of opportunities to study environmental issues at the University of Michigan.

Environmental courses offered at Michigan Law
 
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