International & Comparative Law Certificate

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If you are interested in receiving a certificate in International and Comparative Law, you have until the end of your fourth semester at VLS to do so (if you are a JD candidate; if you are any other kind of student, you have until the end of your second semester). The certificate is an indication of your focus on international law during your studies. In order to receive the International and Comparative Certificate, you must complete 18 credits in international, foreign, and comparative law courses, and you must maintain an overall cumulative GPA of 3.00 in courses used towards the certificate requirements. You do not need to complete any credits in addition to the 87 required for graduation, as all 18 will count towards your degree.

Check out the declaration form for greater detail, and if you’re interested, please contact me (international@vermontlaw.edu) to schedule a time to meet with the ICLP director.

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Come to ILS!

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If you’re reading this, you’re probably involved with international legal study at VLS in some way, shape, or form. Which means that you probably have a vested interest in the International Law Society, and should check it out at the meeting taking place on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 AT 5. Find the info here:

 

ILS Meeting

VLS Campus

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Vermont Law School’s campus isn’t exactly labyrinthine, but even so, in the first weeks, it can be a little difficult to know exactly which attractive old Victorian you’re supposed to be meeting someone in. In case you’re having a little difficulty deciphering the names and locations–or if you’d like to prepare yourself to be an expert navigator in advance–we’ve got a handy little digital map to help you out (right HERE). And if you’re really having a hard time, don’t hesitate to get in touch.