Online LLM in Energy and Sustainable Development

Online LL.M. in Energy and Sustainable Development Law

You can earn your LL.M. in Energy and Sustainable Development Law online from WVU Law in just 12 months, including short residencies.

The LL.M. in Energy and Sustainable Development Law is designed for attorneys seeking deeper knowledge of law, regulations, and policy related to energy, the environment and sustainable development.

By offering this LL.M. online, WVU Law is providing a flexible, convenient and comfortable way for busy attorneys to further develop their expertise and skills, advance their careers, and help their clients. 

All of our courses have been designed by WVU Law faculty and will be taught by faculty or practitioners working in energy, environmental and/or sustainable development law. The LL.M. degree is supported by the College of Law’s Center for Energy and Sustainable Development and Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Clinic.  

West Virginia has always been at the center of energy production for the nation and the world. At WVU Law, we are building on that history, tradition and experience to prepare LL.M. graduates to shape the future. WVU Law’s online LL.M. in Energy and Sustainable Development Law acknowledges and embraces the diverse issues and concerns faced by lawyers in the energy and environmental fields. 

This LL.M. will help prepare you to work at a higher level with energy companies, investors, utilities, manufacturing companies, lawmakers, policymakers, regulators, land use professionals, and environmental organizations. 

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