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Feedback : LL.M. in Environmental law at Vermont Law School (VT, United States)
Natacha Guegherouni earned an LL.M. in Environmental Law at Vermont Law School in the United States in 2012. She shares her experience with us.


I had completed my first three years of law in France and wanted an experience in studying abroad, with a preference for the United States. The partnership between Vermont Law School and my university in Cergy-Pontoise seemed like the perfect way to live that experience, while also earning a masters level degree.

The living experience at VLS is very particular because the school is located in a small rural American town. However, the courses were very interesting and made space for new ideas and thinking outside the box, which I find isn't so much the case in French university courses. I remember it as intellectually challenging and stimulating, thanks to teachers and students who strive to achieve greatness in the field of Environmental law. I made some very dear friends there and consider it one of my best learning experiences as a student.

On a personal level I learned how to work on my own, grew up a lot, and chose to specialize in Environmental law, which I wasn't sure about before leaving. Professionally speaking, French specialists of Environmental law have heard of the school positively. The degree itself holds prestige, and is appreciated by employers as a sign of high proficience in legal English.

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