Vermont Law School is accepting applications to this program for fall 2013. The school has received approval from NEASC and is currently seeking ABA acquiescence.
The Master of Energy Regulation and Law program is designed to provide each graduate with a pathway into an expanding career. The program focuses on essential skills, knowledge, and perspectives that will make graduates "job-ready" to work for private energy companies, consulting firms, government agencies, or nonprofit organizations.
The energy sector is highly diverse and rapidly evolving. Many MERL graduates will be entrepreneurs who literally create new jobs in the energy field.
For more information about jobs following graduation from VLS and how the VLS Office of Career Services can help locate jobs, contact
Vermont Law School
Office of Career Services