Law School Launches New Concentration in Environmental and Natural Resources Law
Beginning in the Fall of 2011, students at IU Law – Indianapolis have the option of taking a new Concentration in Environmental and Natural Resources Law. The ENR Concentration would be awarded to students who complete a minimum of 15 credits in at least six environmental and natural resources courses, including three core classes (Administrative Law, Environmental Law, and Natural Resources Law) as well as at least two upper level electives and an ENR-related “capstone” writing or experiential course.
Interested students should review the ENR Concentration Fact Sheet posted at http://indylaw.indiana.edu/courses/ENRConcentration.pdf (also available in the Office of Student Affairs). A notice of intent form available from the Assistant Director of Student Affairs must be filed by any student wishing to pursue the ENR Concentration.
Because of the core class requirements, students are encouraged to register for relevant foundation courses in the Fall – in particular Environmental Law and Natural Resources Law.