Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Environmental Law Media Fellowship

Environmental Law Media Fellowship

March 26, 2008

Spend the summer in Vermont - Vermont Law School awards a fellowship so that journalists can spend two weeks in Vermont during the summer learning environmental law.

No geographical restrictions.

Vermont Law School's Environmental Law Center offers the leading environmental law and policy program in the nation. The fellowship will enable participants to explore cutting-edge topics in environmental law and make valuable contacts for future stories, while
enjoying summertime in a remarkably unspoiled and peaceful setting.

The fellowships are open to members of the Society of Environmental Journalists and other journalists.

Each fellow will receive: a free course, or courses, on an audit basis in the environmental law topics of their choice during a two-week period of Summer Session 2008; free housing arranged by Vermont Law School during this period; a private tutorial in environmental legal research; and a $1250 stipend for expenses.

Deadline(s): 04/15/2008


Diane Derby

Office of Media Relations

P.O. Box 96, Chelsea Street

South Royalton, VT 05068 U.S.A.

Tel: 800-831-1309
Fax: 802-831-1148

Program URL:
dderby@vermontlaw. edu

http://www.vermontl index.cfm? doc_id=506

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