The U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law has created a variety of opportunities for Vermont Law School students who are interested in Chinese and International Environmental Law. From the U.S.-China Student Collaborative Research Fellowship to an exchange semester at China's top law school, from a weekly Mandarin language table on campus to summer internships in China and Asia, students are exposed to many opportunities to deepen their knowledge of China's environmental governance challenges, improve their Chinese language skills, and build useful connections for their future career in international environmental law.
U.S.-China Student Collaborative Research Fellowship
U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law LLM Fellowship
Renmin Exchange Program
The U.S.-China Partnership has created many summer internship opportunities for Vermont Law School students who are interested in working on environmental, energy, and climate change issues related to China and Asia. Since 2008, Vermont Law students have interned in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Bangkok, and Washington D.C. with organizations such as WWF-Hong Kong, Greenpeace, China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and the Environmental Appeals Board of USEPA.
Greenpeace, Beijing, China
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Asia
China Environment Forum (CEF), Washington D.C.