Vermont Law School has resumed on-campus classes for the fall. Masks are currently required for all community members. For information on campus access, health and safety protocols, and testing requirements please visit vermontlaw.edu/covid19.
Vermont Law School, a private, independent institution, has a top-ranked environmental law program according to U.S. News & World Report.
Vermont Law offers a Juris Doctor curriculum that emphasizes public service; four Master’s Degrees (Master of Environmental Law and Policy, and Master of Energy Regulation and Law, Master of Food and Agriculture Law and Policy, Master of Arts in Restorative Justice), and four post-JD degrees—LLM in American Legal Studies (for foreign-trained lawyers), LLM in Energy Law, LLM in Environmental Law, and LLM in Food and Agriculture Law. Vermont Law also offers online Masters and LLM degrees.
The school features innovative experiential programs and is home to the Environmental Law Center, the South Royalton Legal Clinic, the Environmental Advocacy Clinic, the Institute for Energy and the Environment, and the Environmental Justice Clinic.
Vermont Law School is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in our workforce. Vermont Law is committed to promoting an employment and educational environment free from unlawful harassment, sexual harassment, and discrimination. Unlawful harassment or discrimination of the basis of age, color, disability (including duty of reasonable accommodation), ethnicity, HIV-positive status, national origin, place of birth, race, religion, sex/gender (including gender identity/expression), sexual orientation, or veteran status as defined by applicable law ("protected characteristics") is prohibited and will not be tolerated.
Vermont Law School is located on the White River in the historic village of South Royalton, VT, which is approximately a 30-minute drive from Hanover, NH, and a 45-minute drive from Montpelier, VT.