What is an Environmental Law?
Environmental laws are laws that protect the environment.
Where Can I Study Environmental Law In South Africa?
University of Cape Town (UCT)
University of Pretoria.
University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) – Pietermaritzburg Campus.
University of Western Cape.
University of KwaZulu-Natal – Howard College Campus.
What is the highest environmental law in South Africa?
The National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) provides the underlying framework for environmental law.
How many years does it take to study environmental law in South Africa?
The duration of the programme will in general be four semesters (2 years) but may be completed within two semesters (1 year)
where possible, subject to fulfillment of all the requirements for the degree and payment of the full amount prescribed for the LLM degree.
How do I become an environmental lawyer in South Africa?
An LLB or equivalent qualification. Candidates who have an LLM in environmental law will receive preference.
A detailed knowledge of environmental and administrative laws, and decision-making processes. Strong legal research and analysis skills.