Law schools vary in structural approaches, with some core compulsory subjects and various electives. This helps in catering for diverse student needs in terms of preparation for legal practice and law for intellectual or other purposes.
Environmental Law Presentations from Past IUCN Academy Colloquia and Classified in over Fifty Fields.
This collection of about 45 reading lists consolidates recommendations from specialists and experts as guides to key literature and debates.
The Academy’s E-Journal is a particularly valuable source of “country reports” detailing recent developments in many jurisdictions around the world.
Titles include Global Environmental Governance at a Crossroads; Biodiversity and Climate Change; Local Climate Change Law; Poverty Alleviation and Environmental Law; Compliance and Enforcement in Environmental Law.
This material has been created as part of the work of the Discipline Based Initiative (DBI) in Law, entitled Learning and Teaching in the Discipline of Law: Achieving and Sustaining Excellence in a Changed and Changing Environment.
Flipped Leaning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is a transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter.
This website provides access to 12 modules and associated learning materials (presentations, exercises, videos) on protected areas law and governance.
This model course consists of Powerpoint presentations, an instructors’ manual and learning exercises.
Free, independent and non-profit access to worldwide law.
The Hague Academy for Local Governance specialises in practice-oriented training courses and study visits for civil servants, local practitioners, and professionals at donor and development organisations.