St. Thomas’s new LL.M. in environmental sustainability

The new intensive one-year LL.M. program at St. Thomas University School of Law equips students with specialized legal knowledge to become leaders in the field of environmental law.

The 24-credit program features a core curriculum including natural resource law and policy, environmental law, Earth jurisprudence and ecology and ecosystems management for lawyers, with a practice focus on the cutting edge principles of environmental sustainability.

In addition to required coursework, students can pursue their interests with a dynamic mix of elective courses providing in-depth study and specialization in fields including climate change law, international environmental law, land use planning, marine law and ocean policy and humans rights and the environment.

St. Thomas is located in Northwest Miami, Fla.