I've noticed UWO offers a BEng (Civil)/LLB program in 6 years. I've read the other thread about how accounting+law can turn out a specialization in tax law, so I was wondering, what specialization does a civil eng + law degree make? one that is in my mind are the environment contaminant cases. (eg. contamination from industrial plant into lakes/rivers). are there any other areas outside of environment aspect? (structual, standards, transportation, risk assessments, etc.). are these combinations in demand at all, if any?