LSU Law Center’s LL.M. program has been ranked among the top 10 LL.M.’s globally for students interested in energy law, according to LLM Guide. The ranking states about LSU:
Although LSU does not offer a specialized LL.M. in Energy Law, LL.M. students can take a number of classes in the space. LSU hosts a number of energy law resources, including the Energy Law Center and the student edited LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources.
LSU Law joins domestic programs like those at California Berkeley, University of Texas, and University of Houston, as well as international programs at the University of Aberdeen, University of Dundee, University of Melbourne, University of Groningen, University of Calgary, and Queen Mary University of London on the list.
The ranking can be found here.