Program students have numerous opportunities to deepen their learning outside the classroom. Our Public Land & Resources Law Review—unique among environmental law reviews for its focus on public lands—publishes environmental news and scholarly pieces, both online and in print, and hosts the nationally recognized Public Lands Law Conference. The Environmental Law Group is the School’s largest student group, working year round on activities such as its speaker series, the Clark Fork River cleanup, and a “Bulls, Blues & Brews” fundraiser for environmental causes. Students wishing to hone their environmental advocacy skills can compete on the Pace Environmental Moot Court Team, traveling to New York for the annual competition. Not to mention that living in Missoula means living in the recreational center of Western Montana, in a community engaged in important environmental conversations, where the possibilities for becoming involved are endless.