Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Top Ranked Masters Degree in Environmental Law from the Vermont Law School

Vermont Law School is offering an Masters in Environmental Law. Understanding environmental legislation, enforcement and law-making is imperative. This degree is ideal for those who are seeking to make an organization more economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable. Through this degree you can learn the skills that improve efficiency and ensure environmental, human, and employee health in your organization. The degree opens the doors to careers in nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and private industry.

The program is entirely online and can be completed in as little as 18 months. Vermont Law School has been ranked #1 in environmental law by US News and World Report 16 times since the ranking began in 1991.

“After studying environmental law and policy at VLS, I’m at the center of a triangle that includes business, science, and law and where energy is at the core. This is a unique place to be, and I’m doing some meaningful work in energy policy because of it. I love where I am in my career.”

— Keith Dennis, Class of ‘05, Lead Energy Project, US Dept. of Energy

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