Tp: Advanced Water Law
Course Number: 6915
Professor: Jason A. Robison
Credit Hours & Type of Credit: 2
Semester Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: Water Law and students must have completed their first year of law school.
Recommended Courses: None
Course Overview: Advanced Water Law is an intensive, graduate-level research and writing seminar whose topical focus varies from year to year. Our focus this year will be on the elaborate international and interstate body of laws that governs allocation and management of water from the Colorado River Basin within the United States and Mexico. This body of laws is colloquially referred to as the “Law of the River.” The seminar will explore the Law of the River’s historical evolution, existing doctrinal composition, and cutting-edge policy issues currently facing this body of laws. Graduate students from disciplines other than law are encouraged to enroll.
Course Materials: See the current Book List located under Courses and Curriculum. Reading materials will also be posted on the course website.
Course Format: Seminar-style class discussions and student paper presentations.
Written Assignments: Research paper
Type of Exam: None
Basis for Grading Student Performance: Paper and class participation