Energy Law (JD-624)
This course is offered every spring semester. This course has prerequisites of Lawyering Skills I and II, Contracts I and II, Criminal Law, Torts, Property, Constitutional Law I and Civil Procedure I. This course is cross-listed in the LLM program as RE624 and the JD program as JD624. This class will cover emerging areas of energy law, with a focus on how energy law affects economic development, particularly in the area of real estate. Issues to be covered include: the importance of energy law, generating energy (coal, domestic petroleum, natural gas, nuclear energy, water, wind, solar), energy generation site selection, transmission of energy, and market issues affecting energy. The course will also examine energy efficiency and conversation efforts, and how such efforts affect real estate development.

Course Name: JD-624
Departments: Juris Doctor
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