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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Lewis & Clark Law School's newest degree is a master's program for law students to learn about environmental law without practicing it.

The curricula is the first of its kind at an Oregon law school and one of a handful nationwide.

“The addition of this master’s degree shows that Lewis & Clark continues to be an innovator in legal education,” said Robert Klonoff, the law school’s dean, in a release. “This is an opportunity to obtain a master’s degree in environmental law while studying alongside J.D. students and learning from legal scholars and practitioners at the (second-ranked) environmental law school in the country.”

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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