Environmental and Land Use Law Program Information
The University of Florida Levin College of Law offers a Masters (LL.M.) in Environmental and Land Use Law. This 26 credit post-J.D. degree provides an opportunity for experienced attorneys as well as recent law school graduates to develop in-depth expertise in environmental and land use law.
Students admitted to the program work with the LL.M. Program Director to design an individual course of study tailored to their particular interests. In addition to selecting from a broad range of academic courses and the Conservation Clinic, LL.M. students may also apply for a seat in the spring break field course (previous offerings have included Sustainable Development in Belize, Central America, and Ocean and Coastal Law in Marineland, Florida) and the Summer Environmental Law Study Abroad Program in Costa Rica.
The program also capitalizes on the many outstanding programs at the University of Florida in disciplines related to environmental and land use law practice, including wildlife ecology, environmental engineering, urban and regional planning, and interdisciplinary ecology. The UF LL.M. program is unique in requiring that 6 of the 26 required credit hours must be from relevant graduate level courses that have substantial non-law content and are offered outside the law school or jointly by the law school and another department. In addition to completing required coursework, LL.M. candidates must complete a written project in connection with a seminar or the Conservation Clinic.
For more information about the Environmental and Land Use Law Program, please see our website: https://www.law.ufl.edu/areas-of-study/degree-programs/ll-m-environmental-land-use-law.
University of Florida
Levin College of Law
P.O. Box 117625
Gainesville, FL 32611-7625