Southeastern Environmental Law Journal
Information for Current & Prospective Students
The Southeastern Environmental Law Journal provides a great opportunity for South Carolina Law students to improve writing skills, explore environmental issues, and gain experience in legal editing, whether or not they intend to focus on or have previous background in environmental law or policy. To find out more about SELJ and the opportunities available for membership on the Journal, click below.
Current members are expected to write a student note in their first year of membership (2L year of law school). During the second year of membership, students have the opportunity to become editors for SELJ. To find out more about SELJ's requirements and opportunities for current members, click below.