LL.M. Programs

It's time to become an even stronger leader in your field, to better serve your clients, and to advance your career to the next level.

Energy and Sustainable Development Law

Work in and shape the field of energy and environmental law at a higher level. Traditional classes and online classes start in August. 

  • Contact Alice Foley, assistant director of admissions, for more information. 
  • Application review for traditional classes begins March 1. 
  • Application deadline for online classes is June 1.
Traditional LL.M.           


Energy and Sustainable Development LL.M.












Forensic Justice




Be a more effective attorney for your client when your case hinges on forensic evidence. WVU offers the only forensic justice LL.M. in the country. Classes start in August 2017.

  • Contact  Alice Foley, assistant director of admissions, for more information. 
  • Application review for traditional classes begins March 1. 
  • Application deadline for online classes is June 1.

                 



Forensic Justice LL.M.

Admissions Requirements 














The minimum admission requirements for LL.M. Programs are:

  • A J.D. from an American Bar Association accredited school or equivalent, as determined by the WVU College of Law in accordance with ABA guidelines. 
  • A grade point average of at least a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or other demonstrated indicia of likelihood of success. 
  • A demonstrated interest in or commitment to the fields of energy and/or sustainable development. 

Applicants may include newly graduated J.D. students, professionals returning for study after years of practice, or qualified international students on a case by case basis.
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