Peter A Allard School of Law

For Students

Specialization in Environmental and Natural Resources Law

JD students interested in a rigorous program to prepare them for a career in environmental and natural resources law need look no further!

Learn more about the Specialization and Allard’s environmental and natural resources law course offerings here.

Green Rights & Warrior Lawyers seminar

The seminar, taught by the Centre for Law and the Environment Director, Professor Stepan Wood, is an opportunity for Allard students to learn from lawyers on the frontlines of legal battles around the world for environmental rights. 

Learn more.

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Directed Reading opportunities

Under the direction of Professor Wood, JD students have the opportunity to earn course credit doing research with the Pacific Centre for Environmental Law and Litigation (CELL) and other environmental law organizations.

CLE Publications

Students who conduct research in cooperation with the Centre may have the opportunity to have their research published in the form of CLE Working Papers or other publications.

Check out our latest publications.

CLE Fellows

Students who participate actively in Centre projects have the opportunity to be appointed Fellows of the Centre. 

Meet our current fellows. 

More Information

Students interested in any of the above opportunities should contact Professor Wood at wood@allard.ubc.ca.  
 

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