MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — WVU Law has been named a top environmental law school for a second year.
In its current issue, preLaw Magazine gives WVU College of Law a grade of A for the range of its energy and environmental law classes and related opportunities. Just 14 law schools in the nation score higher.
“We are excited to receive this national recognition once again, especially for what it means to our students and alumni,” said Gregory Bowman , dean of the College of Law. “As a leading law school in a region rich in natural resources, we offer a well-rounded program in energy and environmental law and policy that prepares students for their legal careers.”