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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 (14 units)

CourseUnits
Administrative Law 3
Environmental Practice 3
Science & Policy of Water Law (course typically offered every other year) 2
Water Resources Law 3

 

Elective Courses 1 (10 units — Some electives may not be offered every year. Please check the current course schedule for an updated list.)

CourseUnits
California Environmental Cases & Places 1
California Initiative Seminar 2
Environmental Law 3
Graduate-Level Directed Research 1 to 2
International Water Resources Law Seminar 3
Land Use Planning 2
LL.M Master's Thesis 3 to 6
Local Agency Practice 2
Mediation 2 to 3
Municipal Innovation Seminar 2
Natural Resources Law 3
Natural Resources, Water or Environmental Law Externships 3 to 4
Negotiations & Settlements 2 to 3
Ocean and Coastal Law 2 or 3
Representing Local Agencies 1
Science & Policy of Water Law (Course typically offered every other year) 2

1 The director may approve other courses as electives on a case by case basis. The director may also waive some of the course requirements (and not units) if the students has taken a similar course prior to enrollment at McGeorge.

Questions?

Contact the Graduate & International Programs Office
Email | 916.739.7353 or 916.739.7019