|Course||Economics, Law and the Environment Workshop (co-teaches with Robert Innes, Dean Lueck and Carol Rose) - Law 697s|
|Instructor||Kirsten H. Engel View Faculty Page|
|Coteachers:||Lueck, Dean / Rose, Carol M. / Rose, Carol / Lueck, Dean|
|Units||1 - Pass/Fail (See "Comments".)|
None. This course will be open to law students as well as graduate students enrolled in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. This course is also open to graduate students in other departments by request.
The Economics, Law and Environment Workshop (ELE Workshop) is intended to expose students and participating faculty members to a broad range of original research in the area of overlap between law, economics and environmental issues. The Workshop is part of the broader Programs on Economics, Law and the Environment, a research and educational collaboration between the College of Law and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
The Workshop will consist of meetings during which leading scholars in the field will present their research for discussion and critique by the enrolled students and participating faculty.
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Units: The Workshop by itself is a 1 credit course, graded Pass/Fail. Students will be expected to write short critiques (2-3 pages) on the paper being presented at each of the scheduled workshops.
Comments: The Workshop will meet from 3:30pm - 5:00pm on Fridays TBA.