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MELP Externships are designed to give students first-hand field experience in the environmental area. The best experiences integrate legal, scientific, policy, and ethical issues.
No text required for this course.
Energy Efficiency Policy covers the systems, policies and legal frameworks enabling energy efficiency to serve as an energy resource. The focus of the couse is on end-use energy efficiecy for electricity and natural gas, how more sercices can be probvioded using the same anout of energy.
The energy industry is both a key to the life that billions seek and our world's most significant source of pollution. Environmental problems are the most important constraint now faced by energy industries.
NO REQUIRED BOOKS.
YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PURCHASE ANY WRITTEN MATERIALS FOR THIS COURSE - THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE COURSE SITE.
No books required
This three-credit course for Masters and JD students will give participants an opportunity to learn about the application of restorative justice theory and practice to environmental crimes, conflicts, and harms. The course will introduce students to a new and exciting area of application and expand their thinking and knowledge both at the theoretical and practical levels. Students will also be asked to apply the new knowledge to real cases.
This course explores the law governing use of force by the police, social implications of police use of force, and remedies provided by criminal law for illegal use of force.