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The Environmental Law Center of Vermont Law School



Summer Session 2002 offers 30 courses in environmental law for law, graduate, or CLE credit, or to audit. Vermont Law School's degree programs include the Master of Studies in Environmental Law (M.S.E.L.), a joint program leading to both M.S.E.L. and J.D. degrees, and a Master of Laws in Environmental Law (LL.M.).
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Address:
P.O. Box 96 Chelsea Street
South Royalton , VT 05068
USA
Contact Person: Melissa Kalinen
Phone: (800) 227-1395 x2201
Fax: (802) 763-2940
E-Mail: mkalinen@vermontlaw.edu
Website: http://elc.vermontlaw.edu
   


Detailed Information:
Vermont Law School's Summer Session features an exceptional atmosphere for learning. Our students enjoy Vermont's beauty while learning from the foremost authorities in environmental law, policy, science, and ethics. Vermont Law School students are joined by summers-only Master of Studies in Environmental Law (M.S.E.L.) students from other law schools, local activists and conservationists, and practicing attorneys who take advantage of our hands-on courses.

The summer curriculum offers 30 intensive two- and three-week courses in the most cutting-edge areas of environmental law and policy. Recent summer courses have included Winning Environmental Business Strategies, Environmental Law in Developing Countries, Global Impacts of Energy Use, and Fisheries and the Oceans. Summer faculty include prominent members of national and international environmental groups; consulting firms; federal, state, and local government agencies; academic programs at other law schools; and environmental law firms. Students have many opportunities to get to know the faculty and learn about exciting career opportunities.



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