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LL.M. in Environmental Law and Policy

Building on its highly ranked environmental law program, Florida State Law offers an LL.M. in Environmental Law and Policy. The LL.M. gives J.D. holders the opportunity to concentrate in or enhance their knowledge of environmental law, energy law and land use law.

Florida State Law’s program is designed to provide LL.M. students with individualized, one-on-one attention. Incoming students are matched with program faculty members who will mentor them and help design a curriculum that will best suit their interests, educational background and professional needs. Students have the option to enroll in the program on a part-time basis.


Students in the master’s program will work closely with the law school’s nationally recognized faculty members, who teach a broad range of courses in the fields of environmental law, energy law and land use law.


In addition to a rich array of courses taught by legal experts, students benefit from Florida State Law’s location in Tallahassee. Students may take advantage of related courses offered by other departments at Florida State, which is a major research university. Florida’s capital city gives LL.M. students diverse opportunities to seek employment with government agencies, administrative tribunals, public interest organizations, the state legislature and leading private law firms over the course of the LL.M. program.

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• LL.M. Online Application Status Checker

LL.M. Degree Requirements

Curriculum

Faculty

• Environmental LL.M. Research and Teaching Fellowship

If you have questions about the LL.M. Program, please e-mail us at dmarkell@law.fsu.edu.