Students may pursue either a classroom track or a clinic track to satisfy requirements for the environmental law certificate.
Student must take a total of 12 credit hours, with at least six (6) credit hours from the following core courses:
The remaining six (6) credit hours also may come from the above core courses or from the following elective courses:
Students must take 12 credit hours as described below:
All certificate students must submit a scholarly research paper on a subject approved by the Environmental Law Center director or associate director; the subject must be related to environmental law and policy in one of the following: an environmental law seminar;
directed research with a faculty member of the Environmental Law Center; or paper satisfying the writing requirement of the Widener Law Review or the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.
A cumulative grade point average of 2.8 is required for admission to the certificate program.
A JD candidate must earn a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.8 in the courses required by the concentration in order to earn a certificate in environmental law.
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