Vermont Law School offers three dual degree options with the University of Cergy-Pontoise, a prestigious law school ranked 3rd in France by the French Ministry of Education and 1st in Paris and suburbs by l'Etudiant, the leading student magazine in France.

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JD/LLM in French and European Union Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/academics/degrees/dual-degrees/university-of-cergy-pontoise/jd-llm-in-french-and-european-union-lawJD/LLM in French and European Union LawThrough a special exchange agreement between Vermont Law School and the University of Cergy-Pontoise, students earn both a JD and an LLM by spending two years of study at Vermont Law School and one year at Cergy-Pontoise.
JD/Master Ihttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/academics/degrees/dual-degrees/university-of-cergy-pontoise/jd-master-iJD/Master IDesigned for students with a mastery of the French language who are interested in pursuing a career in international law and policy, whether involving work in the United States or abroad.