An integral part of the master's, LLM, and joint degree programs is gaining real world experience through externships. Our students explore environmental law, science, and policy in a wide variety of settings both locally and worldwide. Activities may include counseling, drafting regulations and legislation, preparing legal memoranda, drafting or commenting on environmental or land use plans, and fieldwork related to wetlands, energy efficiency, local food, and other environmental issues.
Recent master's degree students earned credit while working as interns for the following organizations:
Our information page for current students includes the searchable database of past Master's Externships, handbook, contract, and other documents.
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