At Tulane, environmental law is a multifaceted experience, not just something studied. The Center for Environmental Law (CEL) is a vital part of that experience. Drawing from and serving all aspects of the Tulane community, the CEL promotes programs that serve students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the community at large. It is also a portal for interdisciplinary collaborations and broader engagement with the bar and institutions beyond the walls of the law school to create a stimulating environment for teaching, learning and service.
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Full-time and adjunct professors share with our students a wide range of expertise and experience.Learn More
A leader in environmental law since 1979, Tulane has a robust curriculum for both JD and graduate programs.Learn More
The Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law and Policy works to foster understanding of the complex relationship between people and water.Learn More
Tulane's environmental law clinic offers students a hands-on educational experience and to provide needed representation to communities and individuals otherwise unable to respond to an overwhelming array of issues in the region.Learn More
A biannual legal periodical produced and edited by students of Tulane Law School with the support of the faculty and administration of Tulane Law School, TELJ has been rated as one of the top 15 environmental law journals.Learn More
This completely student-run summit is free and open to the public, features panels on a wide range of topics, and has become a proud Tulane law tradition.Learn More
With an assist from the law school's Experiential Learning program, our environmental law students work in a number of settings every summer.Learn More
EELS enables students to become involved in ongoing energy and environmental issues and programs and organizes a number of student activities throughout the year.Learn More
The Tulane Center for Energy Law examines the exploitation, utilization, and regulation of various sources of energy from an international and comparative law perspective.Learn More
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