Environmental Law LLM
School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Whatever your background, develop your skills and knowledge in environmental protection and sustainable development to address today's environmental challenges
The Earth is facing major environmental challenges such as climate change, loss of biodiversity and over-exploitation of natural resources.
Addressing these issues requires effective legal and policy tools, internationally, nationally, and locally. The course will offer you a broad range of knowledge, covering the structures, principles, and institutions of environmental law, both at the domestic and the international levels.
You will develop the skills needed to pursue a career in this area of law and policy. Knowledge of environmental law is of increasing relevance for the commercial world.
This course gives you an understanding of the main legal issues related to environmental protection and sustainable development. The choice of modules and dissertation topics allow you to focus on the environmental and sustainability issues that are important to you.
You will have the opportunity to engage with our staff in small seminars and to discuss your ideas. They all have advised in their fields of expertise at high levels, practised, published and taught widely in a broad range of areas of law including:
- environmental regulation
- climate change
- sustainable development
- land use planning
- nature conservation
Ono Andrew Langoya, Uganda
The Course Coordinator for this course is Professor Andrea Ross. She is a leading expert on sustainable development law and her authoritative text on sustainable development law in the UK has provided novel solutions for reform. Her work engages directly with legislatures and government bodies throughout the UK and has been used by environmental NGOs and professional bodies to critique and influence government behaviour.
Andrea Ross, Course Coordinator
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