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JD, Masters Degrees, LLM Degrees and Professional Certificates

Vermont Law and Graduate School
Royalton, VT

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Detalles a Simple Vista

  • Tipo de Escuela

    Privado
  • Coste de la Aplicación

    $60
  • Promedio de Matrícula dentro del Estado

    $49,700
  • Promedio de Matrícula para Personas de Fuera del Estado

    $49,700
  • Ayuda Financiera Disponible


Grados Ofrecidos

JD Degree
Master of Arts in Restorative Justice
Master of Climate and Environmental Policy
Master of Food & Agricultural Law & Policy
Master of Energy Regulation and Law

Nuestro Programa

We are dedicated to developing a generation of leaders who use the power of the law to make a difference in their communities and the world.

Vermont Law and Graduate School is an independent, private, ABA-Accredited law and graduate school. VLGS is the premier environmental law school in the U.S., offering more courses in the field than any other law school. The school offers a Juris Doctor degree that can be completed in two years (accelerated), three years (traditional), an online hybrid JD, or in a reduced residency format. VLGS has five environmental Master's degrees which include a Master of Animal Protection Policy, Master of Climate and Environmental Policy, Executive Master of Environmental Policy, Master of Food and Agriculture Law and Policy, and a Master of Energy Regulation and Law. Additionally, VLGS is the only law school to offer a Master of Arts in Restorative Justice and a Professional Certificate in Restorative Justice. The Center for Justice Reform was created to train students and criminal justice professionals to tackle the deficiencies in our criminal justice system with the aim of meaningful criminal justice reform.

From its founding, VLGS has consistently attracted students and faculty with a passion for service, a concern for justice, and an interest in pursuing legal education as a means to make a difference in the world. More than half of our students enroll in experiential or clinical programs. The current student body represents nearly every U.S. state and over a dozen countries. VLGS grads work in government, nonprofit, private commerce, education and other fields nationally and globally.

Admisiones

  • Coste de la Aplicación

    $60

Requisitos

  • Transcripciones Académicas Certificadas
  • Descripción Personal
  • 2 Cartas de Recomendación
  • The LSAT Exam is required for JD degree options.
  • No standardized tests are required for the Master's degrees and Professional Certificate.
  • TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE score is required of all students for whom English is not the primary language spoken. Applicants who have studied in the U.S. or at an English-speaking institution for more than two years may be waived from this requirement.

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On-Campus Programs

Summer Start: March 1

Fall Start Priority: April 15; Space Available: July 15

Online Programs

Online programs have multiple starts per year. Please inquire for details.

Tipo de Estudiantes

  • Número Total de Estudiantes

    660 Estudiantes

Inclusión

  • Oficina de Fomento de la Diversidad

Clubes y Asociaciones

Student-led organizations are an integral part of the Vermont Law School experience. A majority of students participate in one of the many clubs and organizations that focus on community service, governance, affinity, special interest and advocacy, extra and co-curricular, and sports and recreation. You can find a list of students groups here: https://www.vermontlaw.edu/community/student-groups.

Lo Que Dicen Nuestros Estudiantes

  • Bailey Grebbin image

    Vermont Law and Graduate School's environmental curriculum, small class sizes and outside learning opportunities has equipped me with the knowledge and skills to be an environmental policy maker, but what truly makes VLS special is the caring community of students, faculty and staff.

    Bailey Grebbin, Master of Environmental Law and Policy ‘19
  • Tamara Toles image

    At VLS you’re surrounded by leaders who see a problem and ask themselves, ‘What am I going to do about this?’ The school encourages involvement.

    Tamara Toles, JD/MSEL ‘09
  • Blake Johnson image

    Students are supportive of one another here in a way that I would challenge any other law school to even come close to—and they’re committed to their ideals in a way that makes working and studying a lot easier.

    Blake Johnson, JD ‘11
Bailey Grebbin image

Vermont Law and Graduate School's environmental curriculum, small class sizes and outside learning opportunities has equipped me with the knowledge and skills to be an environmental policy maker, but what truly makes VLS special is the caring community of students, faculty and staff.

Bailey Grebbin, Master of Environmental Law and Policy ‘19
Tamara Toles image

At VLS you’re surrounded by leaders who see a problem and ask themselves, ‘What am I going to do about this?’ The school encourages involvement.

Tamara Toles, JD/MSEL ‘09
Blake Johnson image

Students are supportive of one another here in a way that I would challenge any other law school to even come close to—and they’re committed to their ideals in a way that makes working and studying a lot easier.

Blake Johnson, JD ‘11

Matrícula & Ayuda Financiera

  • Promedio de Matrícula dentro del Estado

    $49,700
  • Promedio de Matrícula para Personas de Fuera del Estado

    $49,700

Información Adicional

  • Disponibilidad de Programas Compatibles con Trabajo
  • Ayuda Financiera Disponible
  • Posibilidad de Solicitud de Exención de Tasas
  • Master's Tuition: $42,000
  • 9 Credit Professional Certificate in Restorative Justice $5,400
  • Merit and need based scholarships are available for the Masters and JD degree students