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282 Energy Law Seminar (2)

Seminar - 2 hours. The seminar explores the history, law, and public policy of energy regulation in the United States, emphasizing economic and environmental regulation. Competitive restructuring of the natural gas and electric utility industries is emphasized. The basic regulatory schemes for other energy sources—hydroelectric power, coal, oil, and nuclear power—are explored depending on class interest. This seminar is recommended to anyone interested in the energy sector, various models of economic regulation, or regulated industries.

Final Assessment: Take-home exam

Elective course for Environmental Law Certificate Program.

This course was offered:

  • Fall 2017
    • John McKinsey
  • Fall 2016
    • John McKinsey
  • Fall 2015
    • John McKinsey
  • Fall 2014
    • John McKinsey
  • Fall 2013
    • John McKinsey