Energy and Environment Track

Government Concentration

Concentration Advisor: Professor Steven Baicker-McKee

In addition to completing Constitution Law I and II, students wishing to fulfill the Government and Public Interest Concentration – Environment and Energy Track must complete four additional courses in the upper level curriculum, as follows:

Required Course

Administrative Law

Elective Courses

Choose three additional courses from below:

Clinics and Externships

Civil Rights Clinic*
Education Law Clinic*
High-credit Externship*
Non-profit Externship*
Summer Intensive General Externship*
Urban Development Practicum*

Upper-Level Writing Courses

Advanced Legal Writing: Legal Drafting*
Directed Research*
Environmental Justice Seminar
Pennsylvania State Constitutional Law

Other Courses

Climate Change Law
Energy Law
Energy Regulation
Environmental Considerations in Business and Real Estate Transactions
Environmental Enforcement, Litigation and Negotiation Skills
Environmental Law
Food Law & Policy
Oil & Gas Law
Oil & Gas Litigation

* Requires approval of Concentration Advisor after consultation with faculty member supervising the clinic/externship/paper