In 2013, U.S. News & World Report ranked Florida State Law's Environmental Law Program the nation's 16th best overall and 7th best among public law schools.
Florida State Law provides students the option of a substantial number of courses focusing on environmental law, energy law, and land use regulation, a student-edited scholarly journal in the area, and a certificate program that offers students a chance to signal their expertise. Students also can take advantage of a wide range of offerings in related areas of study at Florida State University, as well as externship opportunities in Florida and Washington, D.C.
The Florida State College of Law Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law Program features a faculty with recognized national expertise in a wide range of areas, including climate change, international environmental law, pollution control regulation, energy law, enforcement, land use regulation, and ocean and coastal law. The program has been recognized by multiple sources as one of the nation's best.
Our Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law ranks among the nation’s top 15 journals in environmental law.