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Sustainable Energy & Resources Law Certificate (SERL)

The University of Tulsa College of Law is a leader in energy, environmental, and natural resources legal education through the SERL program. Students participate in a rigorous curriculum focusing on current international, national, state, and local issues taught by leading scholars in energy, environmental, and resources law and policy.

Degree Programs

The Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) program at TU Law offers an intensive curriculum focusing on energy, environmental, and natural resource law and policy. Legal and policy choices have far-reaching public health and economic consequences in today’s world. While each area has independent significance and importance, SERL’s primary focus is the nexus between energy and natural resources on one hand and the environment on the other. Accordingly, SERL is especially concerned with promoting laws and policies that encourage energy reliability, sustainable supplies of natural resources, and a healthy environment.

Accomplished by

  • An advanced curriculum in energy, environmental, and resources law
  • SERL policy reviews
  • The Energy Law Journal
  • ABA Section on Environment, Energy and Resources Year in Review
  • SERL scholarship and research
  • The SERL Board of Visitors
  • Student-related activities
  • Public policy conferences and symposia
  • Community outreach

 

The SERL certificate will not be available to students who matriculate in the College of Law after fall 2019. Students who matriculate in fall 2019 must satisfy the requirements for the SERL certificate by the end of the spring 2022 term.