Master of Law in Environmental and Natural Resources Law

Published by Marie-Amélie Brun on

30th of June, 2016

From September 2016, a new Master of Law Programme in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, will be available in University College Cork.

It has been implemented thanks to the legal expertise of the School of Law within University College Cork. Offering a large variety of legal topics, it seeks to integrate theoretical and practical aspects of the environmental jurisdiction to prepare graduates for a variety of careers : governmental and regulatory agencies, environmental NGOs, compliance roles in industry, academia and environmental consultancy.

This training is the perfect opportunity to specialise in the field of environmental law and policy, and to learn more about the challenges posed by modern environmental problems.

This formation is available full-time (1 year) or part-time (2 years).
Applications can be made until mid-July. For further information, see below or contact Prof Owen McIntyre at

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Marie-Amélie Brun

Marie-Amélie is a contributor to the Green News. She is currently completing a Masters in International Cooperation and Multilingual Communication at the University Grenoble Alpes.