Energy and Clean Technology Law Certificate
The Certificate of Specialization in Clean Technology Law encourages students to develop a broad background in fundamental areas of the law while receiving advanced training in environmental, energy, intellectual property, and finance law.
For JD Students - Students who wish to earn the certificate must take Energy Regulation and the Environment, Environmental Law and Policy, Corporate Finance and Law, and Introduction to Intellectual Property; complete four other advanced or specialized courses in the areas of Finance & Energy Business; IP / Entrepreneurship & Energy Science / Technology; and Environmental Law & Energy Policy; participate in one extra-curricular activity; and write a research paper relating to energy or clean technology law or policy. See here for more information about Certificate Requirements: JD.
For LLM Students - Students must complete 16 units of relevant courses in the areas of Finance & Energy Business; IP / Entrepreneurship & Energy Science / Technology; and Environmental Law & Energy Policy. See here for more information about Certificate Requirements: LLM.
Application for 2014 Certificate of Specialization
To apply for the 2014 Certificate of Specialization in Energy and Clean Technology Law, please download and complete no later than March 15, 2014: (1) the application, (2) the authorization form allowing a faculty member to access your official transcript, (3) your resume, and (4) the questionnaire, for use at graduation and to stay in contact with you post-graduation.
To submit the application materials, either deliver them to Steven Weissman at 358 Boalt Hall, or scan and email them to email@example.com.
- Questionnaire (JD and LLM students)
- Registrar's Authorization Form (JD and LLM students)
Past Certificate Recipients
2013 Energy and Clean Technology Law: - L.L.M.: Yuhki Asano, Jose Tomas Barrueto Sotomayor, Hong Kim, Ying Qin, Martha Russi, Melissa Meaghan See, Pahol Sribarame, Yi Zheng
2013 Energy and Clean Technology Law: - J.D.: Nathan Damweber
2012 Energy and Clean Technology Law - L.L.M.: Yong Fan, Jayeeta Kar
2011 Energy and Clean Technology Law - J.D.: Laura Hall, Heather Haney, Daniel Kolta, Julia Ma Powers, Christopher Williams
2011 Energy and Clean Technology Law - L.L.M.: Nicholas Antonas, Maria Fernanda Esquivel, Rodriguez Oliver Jull, Samir Hesham, Kamal Safir-Aly, Ja Hyun Kim, Chun Soo Lee, Maghsoud Imani Markid, Isabelle Moulin, Camille Noirot, Eirini Portokalaki, Lakshmi Rajagopalan
2010 Energy and Clean Technology Law - J.D.: Sarah Barker-Ball, Alexander Kates DiGiorgio
2013 Certificate Recipients
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