Apply for Summer Session of Enviornmental Law at Vermont Law School
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THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER

The Environmental Law Center at Vermont Law School has led the nation in environmental law and policy education since our founding in 1978. Our multidisciplinary program is not only the largest; it also consistently ranks among the best. At its heart is a mission to develop environmental leaders who are committed to stewardship of natural systems and adept at working at the intersection of law, policy, science, economics, and ethics.

We offer three masters degrees: the Master of Environmental Law and Policy, the Master of Energy Regulation and Law, and the Master of Food and Agriculture Law and Policy; LLM degrees in Environmental Law, Energy Law, and Food and Agriculture Law; and joint degrees that allow students to combine a JD degree with any of the masters or LLM degrees.JD students at other law schools may pursue the masters degrees by taking a combination of summer and online classes and completing an environmental externship during the summers between their three years of law school.

For more information on applying to Vermont Law Schools degree programs, contact the Admissions Office at 888-277-5985, admiss@vermontlaw.edu, or visit our website at www.vermontlaw.edu.

HOT TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW LECTURE SERIES

A midday lecture series on a wide range of current issues in environmental law runs throughout the summer. This free series is open to the public. The lectures are each worth one Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.

SUMMER HOUSING

Apartments and homes in South Royalton and in surrounding towns are available for sublet from Vermont Law School students. Visit our housing database at www.vermontlaw.edu/housing.

THE AREA

The White River, which borders the campus, offers swimming, canoeing, tubing, and fishing. Scenic back roads are favored by cyclists and runners. Hikers enjoy the local hills as well as the Appalachian and Long trails nearby. South Royalton is a two-and-a-half hour drive from Boston or Montreal.

CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION

Practicing attorneys may take summer courses for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. Vermont Law School is an accredited provider of CLE credits for Vermont; residents of other states should check with their state bar association for CLE credit

guidelines.

For more information:

http://www.vermontlaw.edu/summer

http://www-assets.vermontlaw.edu/Assets/summer/2016_Environmental_Law_Summer_Session_Course_Catalog.pdf

Source: Vermont Law School