Second- or third-year law students interested in environmental law and policy have many courses from which to choose.  For example:

Other environmental law courses offered at UCLA Law have included Toxic Torts, Environmental Justice Law, Land Use Planning, Directed Research in Environmental Law and Real Estate Finance, and Environmental Law: Regulation of Land Use/Mexico-U.S. Border Zone.

The law school has also arranged for our students interested in environmental law to take related classes in other academic departments.  Examples of such courses are seminars in Environmental Studies (Geography Dept.); the Global Environment & Development (Geography Dept.); and Politics, Institutions and the Environment (Dept. of Urban Planning).