Some biology students marry their broad interests in the sciences and social sciences through pursuing a degree in Environmental Law. The best advice is to get started with your preparation early--1.5 to 2.0 years in advance will provide the best chance of success in admissions. Avoid closing doors due to applying late and rushing the process of testing and letter writing. This page contains a number of links that may be helpful in your quest to find the appropriate match of an Environmental Law program. Please forward additional helpful and dead links to Professor John L. Koprowski (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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General Information on Colleges Required Exams Programs
Helpful Links on the required test for most Environmental Law programs:
Kaplan's Online --various test taking information on most of the major professional school exams
Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)
official site for applications, test dates, and study tips for
this required admissions exam
Helpful General Links on Postbaccalaureate Programs:
Peterson's Guide to Colleges
gradschools.com --information on nearly 50,000 graduate programs
U.S. News and World Report --various rankings and information
College Net --general information and search capabilities for graduate schools
Links to Environmental Law Programs and Information
University of Arizona's Environmental Law Links
US News & World Report Rankings of Environmental Law
Lewis and Clark College Program in Environmental Law --a link to one of the best programs in the U.S.
University of Oregon
Law School --a link from which information on the U of O
program can be obtained. Check out the Ocean and Coastal Law Center
Law School Admissions Council --a great source of information on selecting a law school
11 February 2011
John L. Koprowski
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