Energy Law and Policy Concentration

  • New discoveries of unconventional natural resource reserves and advancements in cultivation technology have amplified the need for attorneys trained in energy law in the Midwest. Capital University Law School has positioned itself as the newest leader in training law students in this exciting field. This concentration program offers a broad sampling of advanced courses, extra-curricular activities, and research opportunities for students interested in this ever-expanding field of practice. Energy law is no longer focused on traditional notions of ensuring a maximum supply of energy. It has converged with the area of environmental law to include issues arising from sustainable development, environmental impact and climate change. Energy law has developed into a complex web of state, federal and international statutes and regulations. This concentration program will provide Capital University Law Students with the tools necessary to navigate these complexities.