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Program in Law, Science, and Public Health

The in Law, Science, and Public Health conducts research on issues that affect the public's health law, including emergency preparedness, and national security. The central focus of the program is now on the effects of global warming and ocean rise on coastal communities. Louisiana is the most at risk area in the United States, combining a very low and unstable coast with exposure to major hurricanes on average every seven years.

Core Courses

Administrative Law

Seminar in Administrative and Environmental Law Pracitice

Coastal Law Seminar

National Security Law

State and Local Government Law

 

 

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