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The legal regulation of the environment and the exploitation of natural resources is a vital and dynamic area of law and legal practice in Australia and across the world.

Courses in this cluster include those dealing with the regulation of mining, water and natural resources, in addition to climate change, native title, and environmental law and sustainability.

Note: There are no formal specialisations in the LLM program. Course clusters are designed to guide students seeking concentration in a particular area of law.

Proposed 2017 courses