Start Date: October
|Application Deadline:||Applies to:|
|August 15||All Students
|Admission Decisions released: September|
Course Language: German
Entry Requirements: LLB/JD or equivalent law degree
Part time: yes
Length: 18 Months
|Tuition fee:||Applies to :|
|EUR 6960||All Students|
What the school says:
The Professional School at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg is offering an LL.M program in Sustainability Law, Energy, Resources, and Environment addressing working professionals. This Master of Laws in the field of sustainability law provides comprehensive knowledge not only of classical environmental law, but also of present-day sustainability law, essentially energy and resources law.
An interdisciplinary connection between law and related subjects relevant to practitioners, such as ecology, economy and technology, prepares the graduates for the task of solving legal problems, using their knowledge of economics to conduct comprehensive analyses and assessments, thus providing them with the means to place complex environmental matters into a wider context to generate sound and practical solutions.
The program is offered in German language.
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