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Master of Science in Law, Water & Environmental Law

Earn Your MSL Online!

  • Gain a competitive edge when applying for jobs with specialized knowledge in water and environmental law.
  • Master the nuances of legal protocol and procedure.
  • Build a network of faculty, experts, alumni, and colleagues.
  • Distinguish yourself from other professionals in the field with a unique degree and focus.
  • Gain a competitive edge when applying for jobs with specialized knowledge in water and environmental law.
  • Master the nuances of legal protocol and procedure.
  •  Build a network of faculty, experts, alumni, and colleagues.
  • Distinguish yourself from other professionals in the field with a unique degree and focus.

“Laws and regulations are driving factors in many industries, especially when it comes to environmental law, and I wanted to position myself with an advanced degree to understand that complexity in a formal way.”

― Tara Beltran (MSL ‘18)

Accessible Career Advancement

No GRE, GMAT, or LSAT is required for internationally recognized MSL programs preparing you for highly regulated industries, state and federal agencies, and thousands of law-related professions.

Ranks No. 7 among Private Law Schools in California
& No. 13 among All Law Schools in California

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The Online Experience

Flexibility to Fit Your Schedule

Our online MLS graduate degree in Water and Environment Law makes McGeorge’s tradition of excellence ideal for both working professionals looking to advance their careers and recent college graduates continuing their education.

The Online Experience

Flexibility to Fit Your Schedule

Our online MLS graduate degree in Water and Environment Law makes McGeorge’s tradition of excellence ideal for both working professionals looking to advance their careers and recent college graduates continuing their education.

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