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Energy and Environmental Law Track

in the Business Law Concentration

Concentration Advisor: Professor Steven Baicker-McKee and Professor Nancy Perkins

In addition to completing Contracts I, Contracts II, and the required courses in Corporations,[1] students wishing to fulfill the Business Law Concentration – Energy and Environmental Law Track must complete four (4) additional courses in the upper-level curriculum, as follows:

Required Courses

Energy Law
Environmental Law


Elective Courses

Choose any two additional courses from below:

Clinics and Externships
Government Externship*
High-credit Externship*
Judicial Externship*
Non-profit Externship*
Summer Intensive General Externship*

Upper-Level Writing Courses
Directed Research*
Environmental Justice Seminar

Other Courses
Administrative Law
Climate Change Law
Environmental and Toxic Torts
Environmental Considerations in Business and Real Estate Transactions
Environmental Enforcement, Litigation and Negotiation Skills
Land Use Planning
Local Government Law
Mineral & Gas Law: Leases & Conveyances
Mining Law, History & Practice
Oil & Gas Law


[1] Corporations I and II; or Corporate and Partnership Law, and Advanced Corporate Law and Business Entities