College of Law

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STEGNER CENTER CURRICULUM

The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law offers variety and depth in its course offerings in natural resources and environmental law. Besides a number of survey courses, the school offers several seminars on advanced environmental topics. Courses and seminars are open to both JD and LLM students. Class sizes range from approximately 30 to 45 students for regular courses and 12 students for seminars. Clinical opportunities and skill courses are also available. Most courses are available on a regular basis, though seminar topics may vary from year to year.

View the College of Law Course Schedule

The following list shows curriculum offerings over the past few years. All course offerings are subject to change.

Administrative Law
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Environmental Justice
Environmental Justice Clinic
Renewable Energy
Environmental Crimes
Climate Law and Policy
International Environmental Law
Real Estate Development
Real Estate Transactions
Indian Law
Water Law
Natural Resources Law
Environmental Law
Oil and Gas
Mining Law
Environmental Practice
State and Local Government
Conservation Easements: Theory and Practice
Land Use Control
Air Pollution Law & Policy
Real Estate Drafting

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