Environmental Law Externship

Students in the Program in Environmental and Energy Law have the opportunity to explore environmental opportunities in the public and public interest sectors. These externships help students develop their legal research and writing skills and substantive knowledge of environmental law. Externships are currently available at several government agencies and public interest groups: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regional Office, the Illinois Attorney General's Office (Environmental Division), the City of Chicago Law Department (Environmental Unit), the State's Attorney's office (Environmental Division), the Illinois Pollution Control Board, the Chicago Legal Clinic, the Lake Michigan Federation, the Illinois Commerce Commission, and the Environmental Law and Policy Center for the Midwest. Students should contact Professor Vivien Gross (vgross@kentlaw.iit.edu) for more information about enrolling in this externship.

Course Information
Course #: LAW 588
Program: JD
Course Type: JD Litigation or Practice Skills
Area of Study: Environmental and Energy Law, Law, Government and Regulation
Credit Hours: Four credit hours.