Environmental laws govern air and water pollution, managing and cleaning up hazardous and toxic waste, protecting endangered species and sensitive habitats, and the environmental impact that results from various transactions. With this course, you will learn the basic framework of environmental law and gain a broad understanding of the vast array of sources of environmental law through research and application of environmental law concepts in a business or law firm setting. This course outlines the agencies and courts that resolve environmental law matters, as well describes the role of the executive branch in environmental law. Additional topics include local land use and tribal environmental planning concepts, and environmental compliance in land use transactions. This course is designed to provide a practical approach and variety of tools to address environmental regulatory matters.
Other Credits: UCSD certifies that this activity is approved by the State Bar of California for 20 hours of MCLE credit.
Course Number: LAW-40058
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)