The directory summarizes opportunities in "environmental law" education at American law schools. The term "environmental law" typically embraces pollution control law (e.g., air, water, and hazardous waste), which falls within the scope of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) regulatory power. As used in this book, however, "environmental law" also encompasses areas outside of the EPA's regulatory domain, such as natural resources law, energy law, and land use law. This book is an essential resource for career services offices at U.S. colleges and universities to assist students who are considering degree programs, concentrations, or careers in environmental law. The book is also a valuable reference tool for law faculty and students involved in environmental law education.