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Old 08-08-2016, 02:56 AM   #1
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Default LLM in energy laws

I am planning to do LLM specialization in Energy Laws. Please suggest me some good colleges for the same?
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Old 08-08-2016, 03:48 AM   #2
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There are only 2 colleges that offer LLM in energy laws.

1. Sharda University
2. UPES, Dehradun - It has its admissions going on where in you can get in by giving an online test or through your CLAT scores.
More details you can see on its website.
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Old 09-02-2016, 08:48 AM   #3
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Has anybody had actual classes there? I am considering both.
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Old 08-15-2018, 06:36 AM   #4
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Does Univ of Texas Law School have any particular specialty in energy law in the USA?
Or are they the same as others basically?
I thought they might have some special expertise given the energy industry is so big in the state.
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Old 08-16-2018, 04:34 AM   #5
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SEE the last sentence below from UT's site. They say they are a top 10 in the world in energy law LLMs...

Lawyers from all over the world come to The University of Texas School of Law (Texas Law) to expand the breadth and depth of their legal knowledge and invest in a valuable postgraduate degree – an internationally recognized Master of Laws. The LL.M. Program is diverse, selective, and small. LL.M. students from foreign countries and the U.S. are fully integrated into the academic life of the Law School, learning side by side with J.D. students. The LL.M. class is global in reach, with 49 students from 17 different countries in the Class of 2018. In fact, The University of Texas at Austin is home to over 7,500 international students and scholars, and the rich diversity on our campus is essential to our success as a learning community.

The LL.M. Program is flexible and allows each student to design an individual course of study tailored to their academic and professional interests. Students complete most courses at the Law School and can also complement their legal coursework by taking courses in departments and schools across campus.

The Law School offers a single LL.M. degree with five different concentrations. The five concentrations provide students the opportunity to complete specified courses and obtain a certificate of specialization in:

Global Energy, International Arbitration & Environmental Law (Top 10 LL.M. Programs for Energy according to LLM Guide)...
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