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287 Public Land Law (2)

Discussion - 2 hours. "Public land" is a term of art referring to lands owned and managed by the federal government.  This course covers the legal aspects of federal land management, including the history of public land law, the scope of  federal  and state  authority  over the federal  lands, and the allocation of public land resources among competing uses, including extractive consumption, recreation, and preservation.

Elective course for Environmental Law Certificate Program.
Prerequisite: 285 Environmental Law or instructor consent.

 

This course was offered:

  • Spring 2018
    • Lesley K. McAllister
  • Fall 2015
    • Lesley K. McAllister