M.S.E.L. - Master of Studies in Environmental Law; ;LL.M. - Environmental Law; ;Joint J.D./M.S.E.L. program
Vermont Law School is nationally recognized for the strength and breadth of its environmental law programs. The Master of Studies in Environmental Law (M.S.E.L.) is a unique, interdisciplinary degree in environmental law and policy. It is open to environmental professionals seeking to broaden their expertise, as well as to people with a background in law (such as law students and lawyers) seeking a concentration in environmental law. The one-year curriculum includes more than fifty courses in environmental law, policy, science, and ethics. Law students may pursue the M.S.E.L. on a summers-only basis by attending the Environmental Law Center's Summer Session. The First Nations Environmental Law Program offers courses in Indian country environmental law and a Fellowship for members of federally recognized Indian tribes who wish to use the M.S.E.L. degree to address environmental problems in their communities.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Technical and Career Institutions
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