Water management. Biodiversity protection. Climate adaptation. These are some of the most significant environmental issues facing the Rocky Mountain West, and they all share certain characteristics: coordination among multiple jurisdictions, involvement of policy and science, and they impact multiple stakeholders, including public, private and non-governmental actors. Long-term solutions to these key problems require collaborative approaches that draw on the expertise and input of many people, often with divergent interests. Read more
Alexander Blewett III School of Law
Our students thrive in an experience-rich environment that integrates theory and practice, offering real-world experience so our students can hit the ground running. Learn more
Integral to our commitment to public service, the Max S. Baucus Institute and the Department of Public Administration and Policy are part of the law school and serve the mission of preparing the next generation of public servants and engaging in work that makes a meaningful difference for today’s leaders.