Water Law Concentration
The Water Law curriculum gives students a broad understanding of the practice of law and water resources through experiential learning. Additionally, students may elect to complete a Law and Science Concentration with a specialization in Water Law.
The Law and Science Concentration requires that students complete particular courses and directed research at a high level of performance.
Water Law Specialization
Six courses and a minimum of 15 hours are required, broken down into:
- One Core Course
- At least four Specialized Electives
- One Capstone Core Course
Students are also required to meet the Experiential Requirement for the 2L and 3L years and an Advanced Writing Requirement in Water Law.
- Emerging Technologies Law (Capstone Course)
- Water Law
- Administrative Law
- Admiralty and Maritime Law
- Advanced Water Law Seminar
- Agricultural Law
- Cybersecurity Law and Policy
- Energy Law
- Environmental Law
- Nanotechnology Law and Policy
- Oil and Gas Law I
- Oil and Gas Law II
- Public International Law
- Texas Administrative Practice
You can find more information about the Law and Science Concentration here. You can also email Professor Hardberger with questions about specializing in Water Law.
School of Law
AddressTexas Tech University School of Law, 3311 18th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79409-0004