​​​​​Vermont Law School offers students the opportunity to earn both a Juris Doctor degree and an LLM in Food and Agriculture Law degree​​​ in three academic years plus two semesters. JD/LLM students are permitted to count up to nine credits of environmental JD course work toward the LLM degree. The JD/LLM degree program trains the next generation of food and agriculture advocates and entrepreneurs through an array of food and agriculture courses, environmental electives, and clinical and research opportunities.​​​​​​