Understanding environmental problems; identifying stakeholders; understanding core interests; procedural fairness; justifying aspirations; administrative procedures; litigation; limits of negotiation; general approaches to environmental policy; of general applicability to environmental problems; applicable to water resource issues; applicable to air quality issues; applicable to toxic clean-up issues.
Offers hands-on experience in the practice of natural resources law in the Rocky Mountain region to a select number of clinic students. Affords an inside view into both complex environmental litigation as well as alternative dispute resolution. Students participate in traditional litigation as well as alternative dispute resolution. Students participate in traditional litigation, administrative advocacy, legislative drafting, and the conduct of complex negotiations and settlements.