The Vermont Law School’s Environmental Law Center is offering fellowships to full-time online, print and broadcast journalists (including freelance) who report on the environment to attend a two-week course at the facility in June/July this year.
The course enables attendees to “learn from experienced litigators who have won major cases and from policy experts in climate change, energy and other key legal areas. After class, you can meet for on- or off-the-record conversations with these thought-provoking experts.” The fellowships, which appear to be open to international candidates, include a US$1,250 stipend, free housing, free books, and a tuition waiver. Applications for the 2018 program close on March 5. Details are available here.