Vermont Law School students who have served on the law school’s COP/CMP delegations have pursued their passion for the environment and international law after graduation. Since VLS first sent an NGO observer delegation to COP15/CMP5 in December 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark, up till our most recent delegation to COP21/CMP11 in Paris, France last December, graduates of the course have gone on to a variety of internships and full-time employment in international environmental law in both the public and private sectors. Examples include the Environmental Protection Agency, Office of General Counsel (EPA-OGC); Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); Environmental Law Institute (ELI); International Resources Group, a US-AID contractor; and the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) in the Division for Sustainable Development.
2015 COP21/CMP11 Delegation
2014 COP20/CMP10 Delegation
Read through the VLS COP20 posts here: VLS COP20 Delegation Posts
View the VLS COP20 delegates’ bios here: VLS COP20 Delegation
2013 COP19/CMP9 Delegation
Read through the VLS COP19 posts here: VLS COP19 Delegation Posts
View the VLS COP19 delegates’ bios here: VLS COP19 Delegation