Environmental Law Clinic

This clinic is offered in New Haven in collaboration with Save the Sound (formerly Connecticut Fund for the Environment), the state and region’s premier non-profit environmental advocate. We work to address the climate crisis, preserve land and protect water throughout Connecticut and the Long Island Sound region.

Faculty Stacy Schleif
Semesters Offered Fall and spring
Credits 4 (graded)
Class Meets Th 2:00-4:00 (fall)
Prerequisites None

Students work directly with Save the Sound attorneys on climate change, clean water and open space matters pending before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, and the state legislature. An on-site, bi-weekly (every two weeks) seminar class taught by Save the Sound Senior Legal Counsel will focus on Connecticut environmental law and advocacy. This clinic requires a minimum of 10 fieldwork hours per week, 8 of which must occur on-site at the Save the Sound New Haven office. This is a one semester clinic, but students have the opportunity to continue their work in subsequent semesters through Advanced Fieldwork.

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For Application Requirements and Instructions

Office of the Registrar
55 Elizabeth Street
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: (860) 570-5136
Facsimile: (860) 570-5135
Email: registrar@uconn.edu

Connecticut Fund for the Environment / Save the Sound

Phone: (203) 787-0646