Published: Aug. 17, 2010

Colorado Law School is ranked as one of only four Top Green Law Schools by the preLaw magazine. Rankings were based on curriculum, campus environment and building trends with additional weight on schools with a strong green focus in their classes, faculty and other academic offerings. Read complete article.Dean David Getches explained, "The Law School and the University of Colorado campus 'walk the talk'. The area is full of non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and private companies working to solve the nation's and the world's environmental and natural resources problems through innovation, education, advocacy, collaboration and better policies."Colorado Law's Environmental, Energy, and Natural Resources Law program includes:Comprehensive CurriculumExpert FacultyJD Dual Degrees & CertificatesLLM in Natural Resources Law Natural Resources ClinicCenter for Energy & Environmental Security (CEES)Natural Resources Law Center (NRLC)Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and PolicyEnvironmental Law SocietyMoot Court Competitions"Environmental and Natural Resouces Law" brochure In addition, the Wolf Law Building and the CU-Boulder campus back the school's academic teachings:Wolf Law Building is Gold LEED Certification Wolf Law Building Add Solar Panels and Electric Car Charging Station "Building on an Environmental Tradition" brochure