- Juris Doctor
- LL.M. in Comparative Law Program
- LL.M. in Environmental & Land Use Law
- LL.M. in Taxation
- LL.M. in International Taxation
- S.J.D. in Taxation
Concentration Areas & Certificate Programs
- Criminal Justice Certificate
Environmental & Land Use Law
- Public Interest Environmental Conference
- Certificate in ELUL
- Interdisciplinary Opportunities
- Opportunities for Students
- Events and Announcements
- Career Opportunities
- Estates & Trusts
- Family Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- International & Comparative Law
- Joint Degrees
- Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy
Study Abroad & Exchange Programs
- Exchange Programs
Summer Study Abroad
- Cape Town, South Africa
- Paris & Montpellier, France
- San Jose, Costa Rica
- The Center for Estate Planning
- Center on Children & Families
- Criminal Justice Center
- Center for Governmental Responsibility
- Center for International Financial Crimes Studies
- Center for the Study of Race & Race Relations
- Civil Clinics
- Criminal Clinics
- Program Areas
- Forms & Applications
- Environmental and Land Use Law Program
- Costa Rica Program
- Contact Conservation Clinic
- For Students
- About the Clinics
Institutes & Related Programs
- Initiative on Mindfulness in Law & Dispute Resolution
- Institute for Dispute Resolution
- International Trade Law
- Law & Policy in the Americas Program
- UF Law E-Discovery Project
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Who should enroll?
A. Currently enrolled University of Florida law students with an academic or potential career interest in environmental or land use law may wish to pursue a certificate. Participating in the certificate program offers several advantages:
- Individualized academic guidance and mentoring by program faculty
- Registration assistance to enable certificate students to enroll in core courses
- A program of study designed by ELULP faculty in consultation with an advisory board of leading practitioners in these fields
- A credential that communicates clearly to potential employers your concentration and accomplishment in these two fields
When should I enroll?
A. All students enrolled in the J.D. program are eligible to enroll in the certificate program. Students are encouraged to enroll in their second semester or as early as possible in their law school program.
Q. How do I enroll?
Q. What are the requirements to obtain a certificate upon graduation?
A. The requirements for the ELUL Certificate can be found on the Certificate Requirements page.
Q. What if I don't complete the requirements after enrolling?
A. There is no penalty for not completing the program. You can withdraw at any time.