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.

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. This is a 14-month program.

  • Contact Alice Foley, assistant director of admissions, for more information.

  • Application deadline for online classes is June 1.
Online Classes
Forensic Justice LL.M.

Energy and Sustainable Development Law

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

  • Contact Alice Foley, assistant director of admissions, for more information.
  • Application review for traditional classes begins March 1.
On-Campus Classes


Energy and Sustainable Development 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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