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U.S. Law Track

U.S. Law Track

Who Pursues this Degree?

The LL.M. in U.S. Water Resources Law is designed for students interested in those issues primarily affecting the United States.

Program Requirements

  • 24 units of study
  • A cumulative grade point average of 2.33 on a 4.33 scale

Required Courses

CourseUnits
Water Resources Law1 3
Advanced Water Resources Law & Policy Seminar 2
Foundations for Water, Natural Resources and Environmental Law Practice 1 2
Foundations for Water, Natural Resources and Environmental Law Practice 2 2
Water Resources Law Practice 1 3
Water Resources Law Practice 2 3
Water & Energy Law Seminar 1
Administrative Law1 3
Local Government Law1 2
Field Placement 3

 

Elective Courses

CourseUnits
Directed Research, Graduate Level 2
Environmental Law 3
International Water Resources Law Seminar 3
Natural Resources Law 3
Master's Thesis2 6

If not otherwise taken as part of a J.D. program.
2 Permission of instructors required before LL.M. Master's Thesis can be taken to fulfill U.S. Law track requirements.

Questions?

Contact Gregory Weber, Director of Water Resources Law, U.S. Law Track
Email | 916.739.7228